The Laughing Devil
The Laughing Devil Comedy Club
Laughing Devil comedy club is changing how comedy clubs work. It’s the world’s smallest club at only 50 seats, yet offers its clients an unbelievable experience. With 14 draft beers to select from, a full dinner and desert menu, and an amazingly hip ornamentation, the club is head and shoulders over its rival.
Servers take your orders using ipads, keeping administration quick and overhead low – and permitting our beverage costs to be a large portion of that of most different clubs. The thing least incorporate can incorporate sustenance and keepsakes, and the club’s ability is second to none. When we opened, we got complimentary notes from everybody from Zach Galifianakis to Michael Ian Black.
We pride ourselves on client administration, and off and on again do things like purchase the entire room a round of shots or dole out trinkets at the end of a show. It’s truly a brilliant spot to use a nighttime.
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