Thirsty Thursdays $5 Wine
Sangaria Sundays $3
Brave(n) Saturdays $4
Flautas/Founders Fri $8
Burger & Beer Wednesdays $10
2Tacos & PBR Tues $7
Margarita Mondays $4
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Late Late Breakfast is the perfect comedy show for a drunken, weird saturday afternoon. The Chicago-based show, a fast-paced, mixed-format standup oddity created by comedians Tyler Jackson and Danny Maupin, is proud to present their brand new NYC branch, hosted by comedians Peggy O’Leary and Lindsay Boling.
Doors at 2PM
Show at 2:30PM
Every show is a wildly different experience and features a dizzying array of comedians telling jokes while facing randomized themed challenges that could be anything from having an impromptu puppet show or pie fight or Easter pageant to giving a guided tour in a trolley car or smashing fruit like Gallagher or pitching in a baseball game involving the entire audience.
Expect anything and everything out of the ordinary, all of it held together by solid, hilarious standup comedy. Plus, everyone gets unlimited free mimosas with the purchase of brunch!
Late Late Breakfast will take place the last Saturday of every month at The Creek and The Cave in Long Island City. For more information see latelatebreakfast.com.
Group 1 – Feb,April,June,August,October,
Host- Grant Lindahl
Group 2 – March, May, July, Sept, Nov
Host- Grant Lindahl
You probably won’t hear about Newark, New Jersey in a Bruce Springsteen song. And it’s not likely to be featured on Bravo’s Real Housewives of New Jersey. But in Newark: The Comedy, Newark-based comedians, Justin Williams, Steve Serra and Gordon Baker-Bone say “stereotypes be damned…and laughed at!” as they introduce the world to the Newark they know and love.
Written and directed by Williams, Newark: The Comedy chronicles a candid conversation between the three local comedians who explain—with a healthy dose of humor—why New Jersey’s largest city is one of the most maligned and misunderstood places in America.
Join comedians Justin Auslaender and Lindsay Boling as they examine a historical period or event and question whether we have actually learned anything from our past. Each show will feature comics performing stand up and sketch and a trivia game that will make some people in the audience feel like they’re better than their friends. Come laugh, compete and learn some stuff.
Alex English (Complex Magazine)
Jay Welch (SomeEcards)
Momoh Pujeh (NYCC)