Comedy Cellar Classes

Comedy Cellar Classes

"The Comedy Cellar is a famous comedy club in New York's Greenwich Village featuring the edgiest acts, the widest variety, and a club atmosphere second to none. The crowd is an eclectic mix of Village hipsters, yuppie types, agents, producers and TV bookers. Stars like Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, or Robin Williams will sometimes drop by here to try out new material. Each week consists of two shows a night on Sunday through Thursday, three shows each Friday, and four shows on Saturday. The Cellar is located under and connected to the Olive Tree Café, where many of the comedians like to hang out after performing."

117 Macdougal St B, New York, NY
(212) 254-3480 serving: Greenwich Village, Downtown
open:Sun 2pm-5pm, Mon-Wed 7pm-10pm

Sidewalk Score: 9 out of 10
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Fun Fact: Multiple scenes from the 2002 Jerry Seinfeld documentary "Comedian" were filmed at the Comedy Cellar.

When to Go: There are two shows per night on Sunday through Thursday (one at 9pm and one at 11pm); three shows on Friday (8pm, 9:45pm, 11:30pm); four shows on Saturday (7:30pm, 9:15pm, 11pm, 12:45am). Call in advance to find out who is scheduled to perform.

Save Money: A limited number of free passes are distributed for shows taking place Sunday through the Thursday (though a two-item minimum purchase is still required). To make a reservation, call after 11am or visit the Comedy Cellar online.

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