Serving a range of tasty food and drink, The Comedy Spot Comedy Club in Scottsdale will have you thinking about seconds (or thirds).
Seating is readily available at The Comedy Spot Comedy Club for those with large parties.
If you plan to hit the restaurant on a Friday or Saturday, it's best to fend off the crowds by calling ahead for a reservation.
Good luck spotting a suit and tie at The Comedy Spot Comedy Club — casually-dressed diners are the norm here.
Make use of the ample parking options near The Comedy Spot Comedy Club, including street, valet and garage.
Travel by bike to The Comedy Spot Comedy Club and store your bike at a nearby rack.
Make sure your wallet is stocked with green, as The Comedy Spot Comedy Club only takes cash.
At Stand-Up, Scottsdale! bellies ache from a rotating selection of nationally known comedians seen on Comedy Central and late-night talk shows. The intimate 180-person venue, where such local legends as David Spade got their start, beckons a cast of talented funny persons that changes regularly. Voted Best Comedy Club of 2012 by Arizona Foothills magazine, the ha-ha hot spot has recently hosted performances by noted names including Dana Carvey, Frank Caliendo, and Norm Macdonald. A full menu of pub-food appetizers and entrees keeps would-be hecklers otherwise occupied, and Wednesday evening open-mic nights allow rookie comics to test their mettle.
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Live DJs often entertain the evening crowd while dining.
If crowds aren't your thing, it's best to visit The Speakeasy Comedy Lounge during the slower weekday hours.
The Speakeasy Comedy Lounge has easy parking nearby for diners who wish to drive.
Cyclists are in luck. The Speakeasy Comedy Lounge provides bike parking.
Voted the Best Local Performing Arts Troupe by readers of the East Valley Tribune in 2011, National Comedy Theatre’s ensemble of players concocts improvised situations at lightning-fast speeds, relying on audience participation and their own wits to elicit thunderous laughter and applause. After turning to their all-ages crowd for assistance in shaping games and scenarios, the cast employs knowledge gleaned from operating-room sketches to tickle ribs with anatomical exactitude. The show often favors spontaneity over prudence, with performers gleefully stepping into their roles as acrophobic skydiving champions or long-winded court stenographers. Audience members get to select the winning team at the conclusion of the show, and can learn the form themselves during improv classes.
As toes twinkle onstage, visitors can bask in the renovated scenery of Symphony Hall, which couples hand-blown glass chandeliers with a quartet of designer tapestries. One of the largest machine-made draperies known to man, the theater’s colorful Grand Drape symbolizes the renewal of generations, creativity, and library books discovered during fossil digs.