The Improv has really good comedians and very good customer service but the food is terrible. They urge you to have dinner there by allowing you to come in early if you were having dinner there. I was suggest sticking with the salads. The artichoke dip was terrible and the sampler appetizer plate was terrible as well. The Improv chop salad was pretty good though. If you don't mind sitting in the back and there really is no bad seats then don't worry about getting dinner there and go next-door to Yard House or taps. It is fun to be right in the front though because there is a lot of interaction with the comedian. We saw David Alan Grier there and he was hilarious cheeks hurt when we left.
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