Improv Comedy Club
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120 S Brea Blvd Brea, CA 92821
120 S Brea BlvdUSCABrea92821
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Comedy club features big names & up-and-comers, plus offers a full food & drink menu.- Google
People talk about dave coulier, television series, great event, glass of champagne and middle eastern
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Robbie Stevenson
reviewed 7 months ago
My husband and I enjoyed it. Food could have been better.
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Nate Butler
reviewed 2 years ago
Comedy was funny. Food was OK and the drinks are expensive.
Liked: Entertainment
A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
The first 2 comedians were great. The headliner, Mike Young was BORING! His jokes were not funny. Also, I went with a group of girlfriends. We were laughing and woo hooing for the second comedian, and were told by the staff that we were being too loud and that we were being inappropriate. REALLY?!?!?!? I thought you were SUPPOSED to laugh and have a great time, not sit there and be quiet! I will not go back.
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frumpy rosy
reviewed 2 years ago
Seen show on 9/2 at 8pm. Wow, the place was dead. Yea, it was an early show, but 80% of the tables were empty. The comedians voiced their disappointment and weren't so good as they get energy and pay from the crowd. It was very sad and pathetic. I totally did not want to be there, not with this kind of crowd. The drinks were pricey ~ $7-$10. Food (just had nachos) was nothing to talk about.
Liked: Service, Atmosphere
Disliked: Food, Value
A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
We waited in line outside for 90 minutes for an 11 p.m. show that began at 12:30 a.m. It was absolutely appalling. Poor management with NO excuse. Then, we watched five or six fat--NO--OBESE--, Latino, unintelligent "comedians" spew the "F" word in every sentence, along with as thoughtless, primitive, street-talk about male-female relationships, again denigrating women and exemplifying CLASSLESS, FOUL, did I mention LOW-CLASS Mexican/MALE "humor", which was NOT funny. Can't the Improv find any real talent: clever, witty, classy comedians? Is it necessary to use foul language in every sentence in order to entertain these days? No wonder society's values have gone down the toilet with these jerks as role models. If we had some real men--GENTLEMEN--who were self-read & educated entertaining the younger generation, maybe we wouldn't be in so much trouble. These men had NO TALENT whatsoever; any ugly, fat Mexican male could get up there and do what they did. The upside of the evening was that the actual theater atmosphere & decor and service, once inside, were of excellent quality. If we hadn't invited another couple, we would have left after the first, grueling half hour in line. It was a torturous evening, & I will NOT be returning anytime soon.
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A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
Great atmosphere
Liked: Food, Seating, Service