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Perched high above the roller coasters in the Mall of America is Rick Bronson's House of Comedy. On any given night laugh fanatics can catch a familiar face from Comedy Central or a local up-and-comer. The room may see all walks of life due to the touristy location, but its attentive waitstaff and enticing menu will easily accommodate both the wealthy traveler and the average comedy fan.
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I go to House of Comedy all the time and I usually have VIP tickets. I have never had any bad experience with any bad service. Now from time to time there might be a comic that I am not a huge fan of but I can’t expect EVERY comic fit my definition of funny. The comment below me by braasch58 is simply ridiculous! This is a great club that brings in the best names in comedy. VIP is a section in the back of the room, but your lifted so you can see clear over everyone’s head! I have gone on nights when it’s not super busy so VIP didn’t seem worth it, but you get a FREE ticket back to another show when you purchase VIP! I would highly recommend this to anyone to is looking for a fun night out!
This was the worst show and service I have ever paid for. They charge you $30 for VIP seating which are the worst seats in the house. Box you in so you can not even get out to go to the bar. Never come to ask if you want a drink then the people working there walk infront of you and stand in front of you for most of the show.
The first warm up person (Note I can not call any of these people comedians they are not that good) gave me hope that this might have some merrit. I was soon to be groaning and wanting to walk out if I could have got out of my seat with the 2nd slob. He was horrible. Dropping the F bomb and making fun of other people is not comedy to sober people maybe if you had waited on me and I had had a drink it would have been bearable. The headliner might have been ok as an opening act but certainly was not of the calabler to justify a $30 back row ticket.
Good Comedy is not Dropping the F bomb and making fun of other people. That is what makes bullying as prevelant in our society as it is. Advertise what you are doing. Bullying in training.
I live by the Mall so I go there all the time and one day while walking around with my girlfriends we say an ad for Rick Bronson's House of Comedy and decided to go see a show. When we got to the club we were greeted by a very nice girl who answered all of our questions and we decided to go to the show. We saw Kelly Taylor and laughed the whole time, while having great drinks, food and service. I would highley recommend to anyone that hasn't been there yet to go!
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