The space is a refreshing, younger, modern take on a comedy club. With Gino’s East Chicago-style pizza and a rotating list of taps, they hope you’ll sit, stay, and eat. “We don’t do a two-drink minimum,” Chavoshi says of the increasingly dated comedy club business model. “We want to make this a real comedy experience. This isn’t just forcing people to come in here and spend their money.”

They’ve also put a lot of attention to details into the rest of the experience. “There’s a lot of thought that goes into our club, [including] from a production standpoint. We get the best speakers and audio systems, even down to the microphone we’re using. I’ve gone through a dozen just to get the perfect sound,” she says.

Most importantly, The Comedy Bar is a comfortable place for the audience.

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