We saw Brad Garrett at MGM this past weekend. We thought his show was lots of fun. We sat on the front row. We seemed to be the designated "old people" for Brad's routine. He made jokes about us involving sponge baths and memory loss and riding on "scooters." The front row was a mixture of various types. Two men who looked very macho, like Navy Seals or something like that, a couple in which the lady had big boobs and the man was wearing shorts that weren't particularly flattering, a mixed ethnicity couple, a couple with an older man and a younger woman, an Egyptian man. You get the idea. No one seemed to take too much offense, and everyone seemed to have a good time. Just know that it's not politically correct and could be quite offensive to some.
The other comics were pretty funny. They weren't laugh out loud funny, but amusing.
Drinks are pretty expensive, but everything is in Las Vegas. The servers were pleasant and provided good service. Pop corn wasn't too good. It was in a package. Not made on the spot.
If you like comedy routines, I'd recommend it. But, be aware that Brad will make fun of anything that is unique about you. He is not politically correct. The venue didn't seem ideal. I'd recommend sitting closer to the front if you want to see him. Stay in the back if you don't want to be part of the routine.