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This is a tough review. Comedy club in basement of Bar. Sparse crowd. 4 comedians and a host. 2 of the 3 warm up acts were poor. One told several jokes where the crowd didn’t laugh. Many times I didn’t understand the joke at all....More
My fiancé and I were visiting Boston for the first time and absolutely love comedy shows! I mean what's not to enjoy - drinks & good laughs are our favorite. I feel awful to say this but the comedians were so bad that it was...More
Nice atmosphere and laughter all night long-Jem!
We recommend going early and having an appetizer to start the night and make some new friends.
Don't miss out- true fun with mixed couples and all ages!
I would have rather spent the $20 of admission at the dentist office. The
two men who opened the evening should never quit their day job, our waiter told us he wasn't actually a waiter and had never done this and Dick Doherty needs to...More
Dick Doherty is still a funny comedian! Really knows how to bring in the crowd for some good "Belly laughs!"
Another funny comedian on stage, Brian Glowacky kept the crowd rolling with laughs!
There were 3 other Comedians but all, not so funny sadly.
My husband and I used to occasionally go to Dick Doherty's when it was at Remington's. We were walking by one day and found out the restaurant had closed and were sad that our secret bank vault /comedy club had been closed too. Finally got...More
Went to a Sunday show. Felt bad for comics,only 8 people there. Paid $15 per person. Show lasted 1 hour. Have been to other comedy shows in the Boston area and paid less with a longer show. There was 6 comics so show could &...More
Nice comedy club, kinda a lounge with folding tables added in. $20 a person, so the price was good. Beer was $6. Ordered the pizza, it was very good. 4 comedians total for the night, show was about and hour and a half.
The shows are not expensive at all. We have been to the clubs a couple of times and have enjoyed ourselves each time. If you want some laughs at a reasonable price this is worth considering.
They have good mixed drinks and select beers along...More
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