THERE IS A TWO DRINK MINIMUM PER GUEST. For line ups and tickets to more shows not listed here go to http://greenwichvillagecomedyclub.com/
Greenwich Village Comedy Club presents a nightly showcase of the best comedians in the NYC, plus special guests from Los Angeles, Chicago, Denver, Boston, Austin, and around the world. You've seen them on Comedy Central, MTV, HBO, The Tonight Show, Late Night, Conan, The Daily Show, Last Comic Standing and more!
Greenwich Village Comedy Club 99 MacDougal Street New York, NY 10014 212.777.LAFF http://greenwichvillagecomedyclub.com/
GREENWICH VILLAGE COMEDY CLUB FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: What is the admission? A: The admission varies, depending on the show. Weeknight admission is $15 and a two drink minimum (non-alcoholic beverage are always available). Weekend shows are $20 and a two drink minimum. PLEASE NOTE: TICKETS NOT SOLD AT CLUB BOX OFFICE, THAT ARE SOLD BY AN INDEPENDENT TICKET BOOKER, THE CLUB IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY REFUND.
Q: How do I make a reservation? A: BUY TICKETS ONLINE or call 1.212.777-LAFF (5233)
Q: Will I receive my tickets in the mail? A: No, we do not mail tickets. tickets should be picked up the evening of the show at the box office. Print your Paypal receipt and bring it.
Q: What is the dress code? A: Casual. Jeans and sneakers are permitted.
Q: Where are you located? A: 99 Macdougal Street off of Bleeker.
Get walking or driving directions.
Q: How long is each show? A: Each of our shows features at least four national headliners. The shows run 90 minutes to 2 hours.
Q: Do you serve food? A: Yes. Our menu includes burgers, hotdogs, nachos, chips, fries, pizza, wings, chicken fingers and cheescake.
Q Age ? A: 16 to enter with an adult. 18 to enter without an adult. Must be 21 or over to consume alcohol.
Justin Silver is a rising star in the stand up comedy world. He can be seen regularly at the Comedy Cellar, Caroline’s on Broadway, and Stand Up NY on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. A Queens native, Justin is also passionate about animal rights. He spent over a decade rehabilitating and caring for abused animals before opening a full-service pet care organization in New York entitled The Language of Dogs. Justin recently founded the Funny For Fido organization, where comedians ‘stand up for homeless animals.’ The non-profit organization books fundraising shows to help support volunteer-based, no-kill animal shelters. Funny For Fido has lured some of the biggest names in the New York comedy scene, including Colin Quinn, Amy Schumer, Judah Friedlander, Big Jay Oakerson, and the late Patrice O’Neal. Currently, Justin mixes his love of both dogs and comedy into the reality series Dogs in the City. The series, which airs nationally on CBS, features Justin as the host and “dog guru.” Justin helps his clients solve their assortment of pet issues. Justin lives in New York City.