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Grand Central Arcade
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Grand Central Baking Co
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Comedy Underground information
The best comedy club in Seattle has an 8:30pm show most nights and a second 10:30pm show on Friday and Saturday. Talent is mainly local and there's a full bar plus a pizza-and-burger-style food menu. Under 21s are welcome Sunday to Thursday. Monday is open mic, a crap shoot of the surprisingly good or the skin-crawlingly bad.
Buy tickets through TicketWeb , preferably in advance.