277 The American Comedy Co. Tips
- Casual 5
- Parking is expensive 3
- Arrive early 2
- Parking is scarce 2
- Food and drinks for purchase 5
- Dine before you go 2
Uber, if at all possible.
Comedian Todd Glass
Parking at Horton Plaza convenient and reasonable. Plust good restaurants in the area.
Take UBER or LYFT and avoid expensive parking or splurge for valet.
Sliders and cheese plate were good. Would have appreciated some cutlery as cheese was thickly sliced.
Seating there is cramped between the tables. Tall people might have issues.
Beware!!! The American Comedy Company has a strict 2 drink minimum policy. From what I was told by the waitress food doesn't count toward that policy.
We parked at 707 Broadway for $10 posted (Sunday Night). There are other self-park lots nearby but they don't post their prices.
I wasn't sure about what they had to offer but most of the girls ate and the food was really good, not healthy but the burgers looked amazing, carne asada fries with sour cream and guac. The drinks expensive for what they are $12-14, waters $6, but they have a 2 "item" min. and that can mean one food item and one drink which is great.
there is a lot right next to Brians which is next door but will cost you $25 on the weekend.
Two item minimum. Doesn't have to be alcohol. ie: Ginger beer, coffee, etc.
Park at either of the structures on 7th between F and Broadway. I made the mistake of parking at Horton. I paid $18 by doing that. Don't do what I did. About $10 at those two structures, last I checked. I could be wrong, but the difference won't be much more.
Best place to park is one of the two parking structures right across from each other on 7th street between E and Broadway. They're owned by the same people and always cost the same, so it doesn't matter which one you choose. Both are ideal for the comedy show.
American Comedy Co is 2 blocks from Horton Plaza where you can park for 3 hours for free w/ validation.