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Street parking, easy to find paring as the meters stop charging right before the shows start.
Nice and large place, lots of tables.
Table service is real slow. We called the waitress and she told us she couldn't take our order cause was not her...More
We attended the new talent showcase on a Monday night and had a great time. Like any comedy show, not all of it was great but most of the comedians were really funny and kept us laughing for the 1 hr 15min duration. I wouldn't...More
We've been here five times now. When in NYC, we usually go to a play or concert but lately we're giving comedy a try. This place requires a two drink minimum per person, plus a fairly large entrance fee. That's OK, it's NYC after all....More
My wife and I met my brother and his girlfriend for the 9 PM Comedy Juice show on a Friday night. We had a great time! The show was in the room downstairs- a great size - not too big and not too small, no...More
We were here for an All-Stars show, and we sure got our laughing muscles working hard! The show lasted an hour and forty-five minutes, and the comedians got better and better throughout the evening (and not because I had a couple of beers, you have...More
Just left an amazing Sunday night set hosted by Rich Aronovitch! Rich started it off right and most all of the set comics planned for the night were hilarious but we were surprised with not only the legendary Bill Burr but also the one and...More
We came here because of the name “Gotham”. We ended up watching a graduation class for the Manhattan school of comedy. It was great to see the aspiring comedians honing their craft! Best of luck to all!
Had a great night out here on our last night in New York. Great comics, much laughter. There is a 2 drink minimum with the ticket, but the drink service was quite slow so I couldn't get to 2 drinks. I would recommend ordering the...More
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