Looking for a unique art museum? Head on over to ComedySportz in Sacramento and browse through a wide variety of art pieces.
Next time you're in the neighborhood, this museum should be at the top of your list with their amazing restaurant.
You won't need to get a sitter before heading to this museum — kids are more than welcome at this family-friendly establishment.
The museum is on the noisier end, which is something to keep in mind when planning intimate get-togethers.
If you're heading out on a Friday or Saturday, keep in mind that the museum gets busy.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
With past performers such as Jerry Seinfeld, Dennis Miller, and Dana Carvey, Laughs Unlimited has accumulated a formidable collection of laughs in its near 30-year history. Owner and booker Steve Grove keeps the comedy lineup fresh with imported mountain air and a steady rotation of established and up-and-coming comedians. Warm brick walls and exposed-beam ceilings line the recently renovated club. Laughs Unlimited’s full menu furnishes empty bellies with Mexican-inspired tacos, burritos, and snacks, which go down smooth with several Californian wines and an arsenal of signature cocktails.
Surrounded by a sea of tables drenched in red light, the central stage of Sacramento Punch Line presents a lineup of the country’s top touring comedians. For 20 years, the club has been canning the cackles of audiences, featuring sidesplitting stars such as D.L. Hughley, Dave Chappelle, and Chris Rock before they broke onto the national stage. With a first-come, first-served policy, audience members can arrive early at the intimate theater to snag a table close to the stage. Before the show begins, servers take drink orders for beer, cocktails, soda, or sparkling water.
Mayhem Improv coordinates some of the best theater in Sacramento. From the moment the curtain draws, you'll be having a great time.
If a bite's all you're after, then you'll want to stop by this theater for a delicious fill of their home-cooked food.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Imagine Affairs revitalizes the classic murder-mystery template with current-day touches: Scenarios reference the modern nightclub in which the audience and actors gather, and cases are cracked by CSI-style cops, not Holmesian detectives or omniscient robots. Meanwhile, the actors leaven the dire situation with doses of improv comedy and audience interaction, which lets guests become as entangled in plot twists as they want.
Formerly a cardroom where Sacramento's poker players regularly congregated to play a late-night game and talk about their crushes, the Phoenix Lounge has been reborn as a 5,000-square-foot sports bar, event center, and dart-throwing arena. Add a wall of flat-screen TVs, weekly trivia contests, and a regular lineup of standup comedians, and what remains is a spot to relax, laugh, and tip back a brew or two any night of the week.