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New York Comedy Club

241 E. 24th St., New York, NY, 10010
nr. Second Ave.

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By shampoooop on 8/25/2011

  • Overall Rating: 9
  • Yes, I would go back!

Went to the Laughing Buddha Comedy Show at 8.30pm on Tuesday. It was a great room! All the comedians stayed and supported each other, even made jokes about one another... I felt like part of their world. Show was a bit long, over 2 hours, but the price was right for some very funny comedians. More fun than I thought you could have on a Tuesday night!!! Sure, the club is small and kinda dumpy, but the drinks are good and the comedy even better, which is what I want from a show. If you need nice carpeting and auto-flush toilets, this is not the place for you!

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142 out of 270 people found this review helpful.

very funny

By SkyHigh72 on 1/21/2011

  • Overall Rating: 8
  • Yes, I would go back!

New York Comedy Club is a weird place. It's a dumpy hole-in-the-wall with an angry staff. However, the comedians are very funny. I've been to the Clayton Fletcher Show (Friday & Saturday nights at 8pm) and although there's usually a newer/awkward comic in the bunch, the show is great! Most of the comics only get 7 or so minutes, which is cool cause you get to see a lot of different styles of comedy. It's a bummer when you're into the comic and they don't go on for very long, but it's a cool way to run a show. All in all, a good time!

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