On The Town – Hyena?s Comedy Night Club

On The Town - Hyena?s Comedy Night Club

If you like fruity drinks and “fruity” laughs,
then Hyena’s Comedy Night Club is the place
for you.

This place may come off a little gothic and
mysterious as you walk down a long, black set
of stairs into a large, dark room with a bar in
the front and pool tables hidden in the back. A
bouncer leads guests down a dark hall through
a dark door into an even darker room. This room
is packed with people with a small lit-up stage
in front. This is the comedy club showroom. It’s
a little mysterious, but unique. I loved it.
The comedy club showroom is small and cramped,
which is a little annoying. But the large variety
unique alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks make
up for it. From virgin peach pina coladas to cherry
limeades to strawberry daiquiris with light-up
shot glasses, the Hyena’s Comedy Night Club
has it.
The only catch is that there is a two-item minimum
purchase per person in the showroom.Though
the drinks are good, they’re not cheap! The cover
charge is $10, and you must be at least 18 to
enter.
But if you come on a good night, the laughs are
great and worth the money and the extra forced
sips of your drinks. I saw a great comedian who
had performed on Def Comedy Jam and a few
cable TV shows, who was creatively funny.
Only downside: he was a little vulgar. These shows
are definitely not for kids, and neither is the tipsy
audience. The comedians’ topics are for mature
audiences only, which makes it funny, but also
a little uncomfortable at times.
My advice to attendees: prepare to spend money;
prepare to sit close next to friendly and talkative
tipsy laughers; prepare to hear a few vulgar words
and topics; and most important 8212; check the
Hyena’s Comedy Night Club Web site before
you go. The site lists the featured comedians for
each night and a brief biography.
If you follow these tips, your time at the club will
be a mysterious, fun experience that will have you
coming back for more 8212; or at least for the tasty,
fruity drinks. That’s why I’m going back.