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Rachel Sa-onoy
Eat before hand or order their crispy chicken wings!
Comedian Rex Navarrete dining Sep 15 2014 star this tip starred
Peggy Watts
For best seat selection, come early when doors open, but really no seat is bad at Tommy T's.
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4.7 average rating
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71 events
31 reviews
47 stars
attended Sep 15 2012

Rex is always awesome. This time, he did a retelling of his prior bits - that's ok because if you've seen his dvd's and seen him live, they are all a retelling. The seats were great, they were in the VIP area. It's a nice venue. My one kind of...continued

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8 reviews
1 stars
attended Sep 14 2012

As the daughter of a Filipina mother, I thoroughly enjoyed his observations on Filipino cuisine and flying Philippine airlines. His jokes about packing for the Philippines and visiting your relatives when you are young were hilarious.

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2 reviews
1 stars
attended Sep 16 2012

Funny. Entertaining. Expensive. Awesome to get the tickets at such a great price but looking at the menu made my wallet hurt. Making it mandatory to buy 2 items per person. The food was good but not enough to pay over the top prices. The seating...continued

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Rex Navarrete has performed his brand of comedy all across the nation touring numerous colleges, universities and community events. He has become a household name in Filipino American homes. In 1998, he released his first comedy CD entitled, “Badly Browned”, which was followed by another CD in the summer of 1999, “Husky Boy”. Both have become bestsellers on the Classified Records label and have brought high praise by listeners across the country.

In the summer of 2001, he released his third CD album this time under his own label Kakarabaw Productions entitled, “Bastos”.

As a major follow-up to the three CDs and touring like crazy in Asia and North America, he produced, directed and released “Hella Pinoy”, his first ever live standup DVD concert. Shot in San Francisco, it has all the hidden goodies including a feature-length performance, a behind the scenes documentary, his early days of standup and much more. It’s become a must have DVD in anyone’s comedy collection.