Stand Up NY
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This small but mighty club opened in 1986, promoting big names including Robin Williams and Jerry Seinfeld. It's one of a handful of spots that survived the burst of the comedy bubble in the ’90s, and a recent renovation has made it a warmer environment: A weathered, metal logo and patterned red-and-gold wallpaper adorn an upstage wall where you might expect bricks. It's a great spot to see comedians—Dan Soder, Michael Che or Sara Schaefer—get headlining sets.
236 W 78th St
|Cross street:||at Broadway|
|Transport:||Subway: 1 to 79th St|
|Price:||$15–$20 plus two-drink minimum|
|Opening hours:||Showtimes vary|
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