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COMEDY CONNECTION

39 Warren Avenue, East Providence, RI 02914 | (401) 438-8383

Open Today: 12pm – 1am

Venue Description
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Comedy (7pm – 1am), 18+ (7pm – 1am), After Work (7pm – 1am)

SPECIAL EVENTS: Shane Gillis

DINING: Our kitchen is open serving great starters, pizza, quesadillas. You always get the best service from our staff. A fun relaxed atmosphere. www.ricomedyconnection.com

NIGHTLIFE: Stand up Comedy starts at 8pm, doors at 7pm. A fun relaxed atmosphere and you always get the best service from our staff. www.ricomedyconnection.com

Hours
12pm – 1am

Age
18+

Cover
$15

Music
Alternative, Top 40

Atmosphere
Busy

Brunch (10am – 2pm)

DINING: The Black Duck Brunch is BACK!We're offering a new takeout brunch menu along with our famous bottomless mimosas! Curbside pick from 10am-2pm. Order online at blackducktavern.com or call 434-8703.

FOOD DEALS: The Black Duck Brunch, we're offering a new takeout brunch menu along with our famous bottomless mimosas! Curbside pick from 10am-2pm.

Hours
10am – 2pm

Age
18+

Cover
NA

Music
Alternative, Top 40

Atmosphere
Relaxed

Closed Today

Cards/Poker (7pm – 12am), 18+ (7pm – 12am), After Work (7pm – 12am)

DINING: Buffet

NIGHTLIFE: Texas Hold'em with the Eastern Poker Tour starts at 7:30pm, doors at 7pm. A fun relaxed atmosphere and you always get the best service from our staff.

FOOD DEALS: Buffet

Hours
7pm – 12am

Age
18+

Cover
$20

Music
Alternative, Rock

Atmosphere
Relaxed

DINING: No show, open for ticket sales & club information only.

NIGHTLIFE: No show, open for ticket sales & club information only.

FOOD DEALS: No show, open for ticket sales & club information only.

DRINK DEALS: No show, open for ticket sales & club information only.

Hours
12pm – 5pm

Comedy (7pm – 1am), 18+ (7pm – 1am), After Work (7pm – 1am)

DINING: Our kitchen is open serving great starters, pizza, quesadillas. You always get the best service from our staff. A fun relaxed atmosphere. www.ricomedyconnection.com

NIGHTLIFE: Stand-Up Comedy Special Shows starts at 8pm, doors at 7pm. A fun relaxed atmosphere and you always get the best service from our staff. www.ricomedyconnection.com

Hours
12pm – 1am

Age
18+

Cover
no cover

Music
Alternative, Top 40

Atmosphere
Busy

Comedy (7pm – 1am), Comedy (10:30pm – 1am), 18+ (7pm – 1am)

SPECIAL EVENTS: Dusty Slay

DINING: Our kitchen is open serving great starters, pizza, quesadillas. You always get the best service from our staff. A fun relaxed atmosphere. www.ricomedyconnection.com

NIGHTLIFE: Stand up Comedy starts at 8pm, doors at 7pm. A fun relaxed atmosphere and you always get the best service from our staff. www.ricomedyconnection.com

Hours
12pm – 1am

Age
18+

Cover
$15

Music
Alternative, Top 40

Atmosphere
Busy

Special Events

  • 15 August

    Shane Gillis -

    Shane Gillis is a stand up comic based out of New York. In 2016 he was the winner of Philly’s Funniest at Helium Comedy Club. Shane is a regular on Comedy Central Radio’s The Bonfire. He’s also one half of A Fair One on Compound Media as well as Matt and Shane’s Secret Podcast. Shane has written for Comedy Central’s Delco Proper and Dweck Show.
  • 21 August

    Dusty Slay -

    You can take the boy out of the trailer park, but you can’t take the trailer park out of the boy… Stand-up comedian Dusty Slay grew up on Lot 8 of a mobile home neighborhood in Opelika, Alabama, and his observational comedy and eternally optimistic outlook is peppered with ironies: growing up poor, a love for both hard-core country and classic rock, a career history peppered with jobs like waiting tables and selling pesticides, and what counts as fashion-forward thinking in his world. The trucker hat, long hair and mustache, flannel shirt and oversized glasses aren’t affectations to cultivate a stage persona as the B-side of a 1970-something Bob Seger single—it’s just Slay. “There’s still a lot of jokes to come. I looked at everything as experience,” he says. “Let’s not get mad about it, let’s enjoy it.” Just this year, at age 36, Slay has become the youngest comedian to ever perform at the legendary Grand Ole Opry Stage in his adopted hometown of Nashville. He’s notched three appearances in front of “my people” at the Holy Land of country music in less than six months and has also been tapped to host CMA Festival’s Forever Country Stage in June to keep fans laughing between appearances by the biggest stars in country music. The breakout comedian’s Comedy Central Stand-Up Featuring premieres May 16, and he is also set for a second appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon this summer. He’s also primed to appear live at Comedy Central’s Clusterfest 2019 in San Francisco, all continuing the momentum from previous sets on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Last Comic Standing, and Laughs on Fox; regular stints on The Bob & Tom Radio Show; and a host of live appearances across the country.
  • 22 August

    Dusty Slay -

    You can take the boy out of the trailer park, but you can’t take the trailer park out of the boy… Stand-up comedian Dusty Slay grew up on Lot 8 of a mobile home neighborhood in Opelika, Alabama, and his observational comedy and eternally optimistic outlook is peppered with ironies: growing up poor, a love for both hard-core country and classic rock, a career history peppered with jobs like waiting tables and selling pesticides, and what counts as fashion-forward thinking in his world. The trucker hat, long hair and mustache, flannel shirt and oversized glasses aren’t affectations to cultivate a stage persona as the B-side of a 1970-something Bob Seger single—it’s just Slay. “There’s still a lot of jokes to come. I looked at everything as experience,” he says. “Let’s not get mad about it, let’s enjoy it.” Just this year, at age 36, Slay has become the youngest comedian to ever perform at the legendary Grand Ole Opry Stage in his adopted hometown of Nashville. He’s notched three appearances in front of “my people” at the Holy Land of country music in less than six months and has also been tapped to host CMA Festival’s Forever Country Stage in June to keep fans laughing between appearances by the biggest stars in country music. The breakout comedian’s Comedy Central Stand-Up Featuring premieres May 16, and he is also set for a second appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon this summer. He’s also primed to appear live at Comedy Central’s Clusterfest 2019 in San Francisco, all continuing the momentum from previous sets on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Last Comic Standing, and Laughs on Fox; regular stints on The Bob & Tom Radio Show; and a host of live appearances across the country.
  • 28 August

    Michelle Wolf -

    MICHELLE WOLF has quickly become one of the most influential voices in the comedy landscape as she continues on the path of a breakout year, with the Village Voice calling her “the voice comedy needs right now” and The Daily Beast declaring, “Michelle Wolf is the future of stand-up comedy.” She recently served as the executive producer, writer, and host of the critically-acclaimed variety sketch series “The Break with Michelle Wolf” on Netflix. Previously, she made international headlines as the much buzzed-about headliner of the 2018 White House Correspondents Dinner. Wolf debuted her first hour-long stand-up special, “Michelle Wolf: Nice Lady”, on HBO late last year. The well-reviewed special tackled a wide range of topics from her surprising thoughts on feminism, the environment and why Hilary Clinton could not be a “nice lady,” and more of life’s everyday absurdities. She received a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Writing For A Variety Special. Wolf was previously as an on-air contributor and writer for Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.” Prior to joining “The Daily Show,” she was a writing supervisor and performer on “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” where she also made her late-night television debut in July 2014. She appeared frequently on the show in various bits and as the popular recurring character she created, “Grown-Up Annie.” Additionally, Wolf created and starred in two digital series, “Now Hiring” and “Used People” for Comedy Central and was a writer on the “88th Academy Awards” hosted by Chris Rock. She was named to Vulture’s “50 Comedians You Should Know in 2015” and was one of “The Top 10 Funniest Women in NYC” by Time Out New York. She was also named to Rolling Stone’s list of the 25 funniest people on Twitter right now (@michelleisawolf) and selected as one of the “New Faces of Comedy” for the 2014 Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. Wolf headlines comedy clubs and colleges all over the country and has performed at a number of festivals including Outside Lands, Moontower, Bonnaroo, Just For Laughs Montreal, JFL 42 and the Dublin Comedy Festival. In 2016 she completed an incredibly successful first appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with a sold out run of her debut hour-long stand-up show “Michelle Wolf: So Brave.” The critically acclaimed show, which earned her a nomination for the Best Newcomer Prize from the Edinburgh Comedy Awards, garnered numerous four-star reviews from top publications such as the Guardian, Herald and Scotsman. When not crisscrossing the nation on tour, Wolf lives in New York. She is an avid long-distance runner in her limited free time.
  • 28 August

    Michelle Wolf -

    MICHELLE WOLF has quickly become one of the most influential voices in the comedy landscape as she continues on the path of a breakout year, with the Village Voice calling her “the voice comedy needs right now” and The Daily Beast declaring, “Michelle Wolf is the future of stand-up comedy.” She recently served as the executive producer, writer, and host of the critically-acclaimed variety sketch series “The Break with Michelle Wolf” on Netflix. Previously, she made international headlines as the much buzzed-about headliner of the 2018 White House Correspondents Dinner. Wolf debuted her first hour-long stand-up special, “Michelle Wolf: Nice Lady”, on HBO late last year. The well-reviewed special tackled a wide range of topics from her surprising thoughts on feminism, the environment and why Hilary Clinton could not be a “nice lady,” and more of life’s everyday absurdities. She received a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Writing For A Variety Special. Wolf was previously as an on-air contributor and writer for Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.” Prior to joining “The Daily Show,” she was a writing supervisor and performer on “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” where she also made her late-night television debut in July 2014. She appeared frequently on the show in various bits and as the popular recurring character she created, “Grown-Up Annie.” Additionally, Wolf created and starred in two digital series, “Now Hiring” and “Used People” for Comedy Central and was a writer on the “88th Academy Awards” hosted by Chris Rock. She was named to Vulture’s “50 Comedians You Should Know in 2015” and was one of “The Top 10 Funniest Women in NYC” by Time Out New York. She was also named to Rolling Stone’s list of the 25 funniest people on Twitter right now (@michelleisawolf) and selected as one of the “New Faces of Comedy” for the 2014 Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. Wolf headlines comedy clubs and colleges all over the country and has performed at a number of festivals including Outside Lands, Moontower, Bonnaroo, Just For Laughs Montreal, JFL 42 and the Dublin Comedy Festival. In 2016 she completed an incredibly successful first appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with a sold out run of her debut hour-long stand-up show “Michelle Wolf: So Brave.” The critically acclaimed show, which earned her a nomination for the Best Newcomer Prize from the Edinburgh Comedy Awards, garnered numerous four-star reviews from top publications such as the Guardian, Herald and Scotsman. When not crisscrossing the nation on tour, Wolf lives in New York. She is an avid long-distance runner in her limited free time.
  • 29 August

    Michelle Wolf -

    MICHELLE WOLF has quickly become one of the most influential voices in the comedy landscape as she continues on the path of a breakout year, with the Village Voice calling her “the voice comedy needs right now” and The Daily Beast declaring, “Michelle Wolf is the future of stand-up comedy.” She recently served as the executive producer, writer, and host of the critically-acclaimed variety sketch series “The Break with Michelle Wolf” on Netflix. Previously, she made international headlines as the much buzzed-about headliner of the 2018 White House Correspondents Dinner. Wolf debuted her first hour-long stand-up special, “Michelle Wolf: Nice Lady”, on HBO late last year. The well-reviewed special tackled a wide range of topics from her surprising thoughts on feminism, the environment and why Hilary Clinton could not be a “nice lady,” and more of life’s everyday absurdities. She received a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Writing For A Variety Special. Wolf was previously as an on-air contributor and writer for Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.” Prior to joining “The Daily Show,” she was a writing supervisor and performer on “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” where she also made her late-night television debut in July 2014. She appeared frequently on the show in various bits and as the popular recurring character she created, “Grown-Up Annie.” Additionally, Wolf created and starred in two digital series, “Now Hiring” and “Used People” for Comedy Central and was a writer on the “88th Academy Awards” hosted by Chris Rock. She was named to Vulture’s “50 Comedians You Should Know in 2015” and was one of “The Top 10 Funniest Women in NYC” by Time Out New York. She was also named to Rolling Stone’s list of the 25 funniest people on Twitter right now (@michelleisawolf) and selected as one of the “New Faces of Comedy” for the 2014 Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. Wolf headlines comedy clubs and colleges all over the country and has performed at a number of festivals including Outside Lands, Moontower, Bonnaroo, Just For Laughs Montreal, JFL 42 and the Dublin Comedy Festival. In 2016 she completed an incredibly successful first appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with a sold out run of her debut hour-long stand-up show “Michelle Wolf: So Brave.” The critically acclaimed show, which earned her a nomination for the Best Newcomer Prize from the Edinburgh Comedy Awards, garnered numerous four-star reviews from top publications such as the Guardian, Herald and Scotsman. When not crisscrossing the nation on tour, Wolf lives in New York. She is an avid long-distance runner in her limited free time.
  • 29 August

    Michelle Wolf -

    MICHELLE WOLF has quickly become one of the most influential voices in the comedy landscape as she continues on the path of a breakout year, with the Village Voice calling her “the voice comedy needs right now” and The Daily Beast declaring, “Michelle Wolf is the future of stand-up comedy.” She recently served as the executive producer, writer, and host of the critically-acclaimed variety sketch series “The Break with Michelle Wolf” on Netflix. Previously, she made international headlines as the much buzzed-about headliner of the 2018 White House Correspondents Dinner. Wolf debuted her first hour-long stand-up special, “Michelle Wolf: Nice Lady”, on HBO late last year. The well-reviewed special tackled a wide range of topics from her surprising thoughts on feminism, the environment and why Hilary Clinton could not be a “nice lady,” and more of life’s everyday absurdities. She received a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Writing For A Variety Special. Wolf was previously as an on-air contributor and writer for Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.” Prior to joining “The Daily Show,” she was a writing supervisor and performer on “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” where she also made her late-night television debut in July 2014. She appeared frequently on the show in various bits and as the popular recurring character she created, “Grown-Up Annie.” Additionally, Wolf created and starred in two digital series, “Now Hiring” and “Used People” for Comedy Central and was a writer on the “88th Academy Awards” hosted by Chris Rock. She was named to Vulture’s “50 Comedians You Should Know in 2015” and was one of “The Top 10 Funniest Women in NYC” by Time Out New York. She was also named to Rolling Stone’s list of the 25 funniest people on Twitter right now (@michelleisawolf) and selected as one of the “New Faces of Comedy” for the 2014 Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. Wolf headlines comedy clubs and colleges all over the country and has performed at a number of festivals including Outside Lands, Moontower, Bonnaroo, Just For Laughs Montreal, JFL 42 and the Dublin Comedy Festival. In 2016 she completed an incredibly successful first appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with a sold out run of her debut hour-long stand-up show “Michelle Wolf: So Brave.” The critically acclaimed show, which earned her a nomination for the Best Newcomer Prize from the Edinburgh Comedy Awards, garnered numerous four-star reviews from top publications such as the Guardian, Herald and Scotsman. When not crisscrossing the nation on tour, Wolf lives in New York. She is an avid long-distance runner in her limited free time.
  • 30 August

    Michelle Wolf -

    MICHELLE WOLF has quickly become one of the most influential voices in the comedy landscape as she continues on the path of a breakout year, with the Village Voice calling her “the voice comedy needs right now” and The Daily Beast declaring, “Michelle Wolf is the future of stand-up comedy.” She recently served as the executive producer, writer, and host of the critically-acclaimed variety sketch series “The Break with Michelle Wolf” on Netflix. Previously, she made international headlines as the much buzzed-about headliner of the 2018 White House Correspondents Dinner. Wolf debuted her first hour-long stand-up special, “Michelle Wolf: Nice Lady”, on HBO late last year. The well-reviewed special tackled a wide range of topics from her surprising thoughts on feminism, the environment and why Hilary Clinton could not be a “nice lady,” and more of life’s everyday absurdities. She received a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Writing For A Variety Special. Wolf was previously as an on-air contributor and writer for Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.” Prior to joining “The Daily Show,” she was a writing supervisor and performer on “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” where she also made her late-night television debut in July 2014. She appeared frequently on the show in various bits and as the popular recurring character she created, “Grown-Up Annie.” Additionally, Wolf created and starred in two digital series, “Now Hiring” and “Used People” for Comedy Central and was a writer on the “88th Academy Awards” hosted by Chris Rock. She was named to Vulture’s “50 Comedians You Should Know in 2015” and was one of “The Top 10 Funniest Women in NYC” by Time Out New York. She was also named to Rolling Stone’s list of the 25 funniest people on Twitter right now (@michelleisawolf) and selected as one of the “New Faces of Comedy” for the 2014 Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. Wolf headlines comedy clubs and colleges all over the country and has performed at a number of festivals including Outside Lands, Moontower, Bonnaroo, Just For Laughs Montreal, JFL 42 and the Dublin Comedy Festival. In 2016 she completed an incredibly successful first appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with a sold out run of her debut hour-long stand-up show “Michelle Wolf: So Brave.” The critically acclaimed show, which earned her a nomination for the Best Newcomer Prize from the Edinburgh Comedy Awards, garnered numerous four-star reviews from top publications such as the Guardian, Herald and Scotsman. When not crisscrossing the nation on tour, Wolf lives in New York. She is an avid long-distance runner in her limited free time.
  • 03 September

    VIC DIBITETTO -

    His pace is frenetic. He holds no hostages. He’s been called a cross between Rodney Dangerfield, Ralph Kramden and a Bull in a china shop. He says what you are thinking but are afraid to say out loud. The bottom line is this: Wear adult diapers if you are going to see Vic DiBitetto perform live. Vic is now a successful national headliner and selling out theatres across the US. Featured in Kevin James’ movie Mall Cop 2 An Internet Sensation with over 500 million views worldwide Regularly featured on the nationally syndicated daytime TV show Right This Minute Headlined in The Three Tenors (who can’t sing) Tour across the country Currently the Host of a digital TV show for Hearst Digital/Entertainment called Vic’s Picks Vic has created many viral video characters like Tony Gaga, That Guy, Frankie Pentangelli, and Ticked Off Vic. His locker room satires, where he pretends to be the Grand Poohbah of Baseball and Football Operaish for The Yankees and the Giants, are now legendary. And his Bread and Milk video is like a Christmas Carol as it comes back on TV, radio and on the news every time it snows almost anywhere in the world. You’ve never seen anything like Vic DiBitetto on stage. There’s a reason why people see him over and over again. Vic DiBitetto…blue collar in a red sauce.
  • 04 September

    VIC DIBITETTO -

    His pace is frenetic. He holds no hostages. He’s been called a cross between Rodney Dangerfield, Ralph Kramden and a Bull in a china shop. He says what you are thinking but are afraid to say out loud. The bottom line is this: Wear adult diapers if you are going to see Vic DiBitetto perform live. Vic is now a successful national headliner and selling out theatres across the US. Featured in Kevin James’ movie Mall Cop 2 An Internet Sensation with over 500 million views worldwide Regularly featured on the nationally syndicated daytime TV show Right This Minute Headlined in The Three Tenors (who can’t sing) Tour across the country Currently the Host of a digital TV show for Hearst Digital/Entertainment called Vic’s Picks Vic has created many viral video characters like Tony Gaga, That Guy, Frankie Pentangelli, and Ticked Off Vic. His locker room satires, where he pretends to be the Grand Poohbah of Baseball and Football Operaish for The Yankees and the Giants, are now legendary. And his Bread and Milk video is like a Christmas Carol as it comes back on TV, radio and on the news every time it snows almost anywhere in the world. You’ve never seen anything like Vic DiBitetto on stage. There’s a reason why people see him over and over again. Vic DiBitetto…blue collar in a red sauce.
  • 04 September

    VIC DIBITETTO -

    His pace is frenetic. He holds no hostages. He’s been called a cross between Rodney Dangerfield, Ralph Kramden and a Bull in a china shop. He says what you are thinking but are afraid to say out loud. The bottom line is this: Wear adult diapers if you are going to see Vic DiBitetto perform live. Vic is now a successful national headliner and selling out theatres across the US. Featured in Kevin James’ movie Mall Cop 2 An Internet Sensation with over 500 million views worldwide Regularly featured on the nationally syndicated daytime TV show Right This Minute Headlined in The Three Tenors (who can’t sing) Tour across the country Currently the Host of a digital TV show for Hearst Digital/Entertainment called Vic’s Picks Vic has created many viral video characters like Tony Gaga, That Guy, Frankie Pentangelli, and Ticked Off Vic. His locker room satires, where he pretends to be the Grand Poohbah of Baseball and Football Operaish for The Yankees and the Giants, are now legendary. And his Bread and Milk video is like a Christmas Carol as it comes back on TV, radio and on the news every time it snows almost anywhere in the world. You’ve never seen anything like Vic DiBitetto on stage. There’s a reason why people see him over and over again. Vic DiBitetto…blue collar in a red sauce.
  • 05 September

    VIC DIBITETTO -

    His pace is frenetic. He holds no hostages. He’s been called a cross between Rodney Dangerfield, Ralph Kramden and a Bull in a china shop. He says what you are thinking but are afraid to say out loud. The bottom line is this: Wear adult diapers if you are going to see Vic DiBitetto perform live. Vic is now a successful national headliner and selling out theatres across the US. Featured in Kevin James’ movie Mall Cop 2 An Internet Sensation with over 500 million views worldwide Regularly featured on the nationally syndicated daytime TV show Right This Minute Headlined in The Three Tenors (who can’t sing) Tour across the country Currently the Host of a digital TV show for Hearst Digital/Entertainment called Vic’s Picks Vic has created many viral video characters like Tony Gaga, That Guy, Frankie Pentangelli, and Ticked Off Vic. His locker room satires, where he pretends to be the Grand Poohbah of Baseball and Football Operaish for The Yankees and the Giants, are now legendary. And his Bread and Milk video is like a Christmas Carol as it comes back on TV, radio and on the news every time it snows almost anywhere in the world. You’ve never seen anything like Vic DiBitetto on stage. There’s a reason why people see him over and over again. Vic DiBitetto…blue collar in a red sauce.
  • 05 September

    VIC DIBITETTO -

    His pace is frenetic. He holds no hostages. He’s been called a cross between Rodney Dangerfield, Ralph Kramden and a Bull in a china shop. He says what you are thinking but are afraid to say out loud. The bottom line is this: Wear adult diapers if you are going to see Vic DiBitetto perform live. Vic is now a successful national headliner and selling out theatres across the US. Featured in Kevin James’ movie Mall Cop 2 An Internet Sensation with over 500 million views worldwide Regularly featured on the nationally syndicated daytime TV show Right This Minute Headlined in The Three Tenors (who can’t sing) Tour across the country Currently the Host of a digital TV show for Hearst Digital/Entertainment called Vic’s Picks Vic has created many viral video characters like Tony Gaga, That Guy, Frankie Pentangelli, and Ticked Off Vic. His locker room satires, where he pretends to be the Grand Poohbah of Baseball and Football Operaish for The Yankees and the Giants, are now legendary. And his Bread and Milk video is like a Christmas Carol as it comes back on TV, radio and on the news every time it snows almost anywhere in the world. You’ve never seen anything like Vic DiBitetto on stage. There’s a reason why people see him over and over again. Vic DiBitetto…blue collar in a red sauce.

Hours

Sunday: 10am – 2pm

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: 7pm – 12am

Wednesday: 12pm – 5pm

Thursday: 12pm – 1am

Friday: 12pm – 1am

Saturday: 12pm – 1am

About

Scenes: After Hours, Comedy Club, After Work, Bar, Theater

Cuisines: Appetizers Only, Pizza, Late Night, Sandwiches

Music: Classic Rock, Hip-Hop, Top 40

Crowd: 18+, Casual Crowd, Couples

Best Food: Nachos, Pizza

Best Drinks: Beer Selection, Mixed Drinks

Dancing: Sometimes

Highlights: Drink Deals, Live Performances, Date Spot

Avg. Entree: $10 - $15

Details

Beer Selection: Blue Moon Coors Light DogFish Head Sam Seasonal Harpoon IPA Angry Orchard Travelers Shandy Bud Light

Catering: Catering service (full dinner also) is available upon request.

Reservations: Reservations not required, but recommended.

Seating: General Admission seating for most events unless otherwise specified.

Private Events: Private events are available by contacting the box office at 401-438-8383

Capacity: 240

Dress Code: Casual

Gift Cards: Gift cards are available for any amount.

On Tap: DogFish Head Blue Moon Coors Light Yuengling Sam Seasonal Harpoon IPA Angry Orchard Narragansett

Parking: FREE PARKING

Parking Lot: The Comedy Connection provides two on site FREE parking lots along with FREE street parking.

TVs: 135" HD / 50" HD & 60 " HD

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