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I feel sorry for the comedians that have to perform here because the venue and management really lets this place down. Was looking forward to an iconic event at a historic location. Instead we got a run down dive that ripped us off. You are...More
Pretty poor overall experience. Furniture is from the 60s, front of the house was a mess, and the worst part...
They force you to a 2 drink minimum (which is standard at nyc comedy clubs so that’s not what I’m upset about) but even a...More
A very poor & offensive experience. The decor is 50yrs out of date, the seats have springs sticking up, the carpets, lamps are dirty & broken, what a "Dump"
Overpriced, they RIP you off on drinks from a sad old bartender who you just feel...More
I really enjoyed the comics we saw at this spot and the drinks were as expected, high priced two drink minimum but not a bad deal for good comedy in the city.
However, the front of the house (hosts at entry) made things so awkward...More
This is an iconic club with history all over the walls. Some reviews have the drinks as expensive; you're in NYC and the prices are the same in a pub down the block. Only here you get quality comedy and get to see a new...More
This place is on life support waiting for a donor. Unfortunately they probably won’t get the donor because their staff are all a bunch of A -holes
The comedy sucked but the service was worse. There were no prices on the menu and my waiter...More
3 of us girls went here and had the best night. The comedians were so so funny we laughed all night long. The drinks were great also. I think people would be hard to please if you did not come out with a smile on...More
This famous place was a must for me and I liked the evening show with 7-8 comedians of which most are great stand-up comedy names. Quite cheap entrance fee is combined with 2 drinks minimum requirement for quite high price. (Lots of laughs during the...More
We had really looked forward to this planned trip to dangerfields as a friend had been before and recommended.
We were made to feel uncomfortable and unwelcome by a number of the comedians as we were a group of white women.
As a group we...More
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I am not sure but I don't think there is an age minimum. When I was there, we met a couple who was celebrating her graduation from college (so she was about 21 years old). She said she went there with her parents 10 years... More
I am not sure but I don't think there is an age minimum. When I was there, we met a couple who was celebrating her graduation from college (so she was about 21 years old). She said she went there with her parents 10 years ago and wanted to relive it...so she must have been about 11 years old the first time she went. (She was disappointed because the show did not live up to her memory). Having said that, I don't think th material that the "comedians" presented would be appropriate for all ages.
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