Comedy has long been used to subvert the established order, shedding light on modern life's pervasive absurdities and fomenting distrust of potentially seltzer-filled boutonnieres. Enjoy an evening of seltzer-free comedic delights with this GrouponLive deal to Jokerz Comedy Club. Choose from the following options:
- For $10, you get a comedy night for two (up to a $35.50 value).
- For $19, you get a comedy night for four (up to a $71 value).
- For $29, you get a comedy night for six (up to a $106.50 value).
Each comedy night includes the following:
- Admission to any regular show (a $10 value each)
- One appetizer per pair of guests (up to a $15.50 value each)
Jokerz Comedy Club requires a two-drink minimum per guest, which is not included in this Groupon.
Every weekend of the year, Jokerz Comedy Club introduces audiences to its calendar of cream-of-the-crop comedians. Groups can gather at a neon-lit bar, around one of the stage-facing tables scattered across plush red carpeting, or cling to the ceiling with industrial-strength suction cups. Upcoming rib ticklers include Atlanta native Ms. Pat (June 15–16) who garners laughs with deadpan stories about the grating idiosyncrasies of her four children. Frank Roche (June 22–23) brings an affable combativeness to stories about his Detroit upbringing and wild party days. Between jokes, audience members punctuate the laughter with appreciative crunches from the appetizer menu. More than 20 shareable platters range from thin-cut fries doused in sour cream, chives, bacon, and cheese to beer-battered Wisconsin cheese curds to an ample shrimp cocktail served in Jerry Seinfeld's old football helmet.
Jokerz Comedy Club
Behind the headlining comic, dots of light slowly change color, a hypnotic alternative to the brick wall of many other comedy clubs. Long tables stripe the dim room, giving guests plenty of space to savor a menu of burgers, salads, steaks, and other pub grub. But what makes the cabaret of Jokerz Comedy Club really stand out is its gallery of larger-than-life caricatures. Lushly rendered and outlined by shimmering gold frames, the portraits of some of the biz's most legendary names serve as muses for the up-and-comers taking the stage: Sam Kinison, Jerry Seinfeld, the Blues Brothers, and even Cheech and Chong's iconically smoky joyride are immortalized in the baroquely rubber-faced paintings.