Jordan Carlos, Josh Ri'Esgo, Kiki Yeung, Drew Michael, Adam Mamawala, Alex Babbitt

Friday February 23rd, 2024 - 8:00PM

Location : West Side Comedy Club NEW YORK, NY

Come see the best comedy New York City has to offer in the hottest new club to hit the comedy circuit! Lineups change weekly with comedians featured on Comedy Central, HBO, Netflix, Amazon and Late Night Shows.  Food, Fun and cocktails... come with a group, a date, a corporate outing, there's a good time to be had for all!

Come early and eat dinner in the club beforehand. Purchase the reservation ticket price. Full menu available from Playa Betty's located right above the club.

Josh Ri'Esgo
Kiki Yeung
Drew Michael
Jordan Carlos
Adam Mamawala
Alex Babbitt

Lineups Subject To Change.  Two Item Minimum Per Minimum. 

Jordan Carlos is a stand-up comic and television personality who is best known for his work as a writer and on-air contributor for THE NIGHTLY SHOW WITH LARRY WILMORE, THE COLBERT REPORT, MTV’s GUY CODE, GIRL CODE and GUY COURT. He has also appeared on hit series such as HBO’s GIRLS, Showtime’s THE AFFAIR, and Comedy Central’s BROAD CITY. Jordan lives in Brooklyn, NY and continues to perform his insightful and hilarious stand-up comedy in venues across the country. You can listen to him tackle everything from raising kids to splitting checks in WNYC’s podcast, ADULTING.

Alex Babbitt is an actor, known for The Primrose (2018), All Def Comedy (2017) and What Not to Do on a First Date (2013), ABC The Parent Test, Laugh Factory Vegas, Carolines on Broadway, The Comedy Chateau.

Drew Michael's most recent HBO special, Red Blue Green, was hailed as “one of the best specials I've seen... searing and precise, philosophical and hilarious” by the New York Times as it continued to push the boundaries of what a stand-up special can be. It earned him his second Writers Guild Award nomination. His first special on HBO, the self-titled Drew Michael — also nominated for a Writers Guild Award — was released to widespread critical acclaim. Its radical approach in both format and content led The New York times to exalt it as “thrillingly subversive,” while GQ raved that Drew “represents the past and future of stand-up comedy.” Drew has also released a half-hour special on Comedy Central (The Half Hour) as well as three full-length live albums (Drew Michael, Funny to Death, Lovely), and has written for Saturday Night Live. He has done a lot of other things, too; most of which are not relevant here.