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Bunjo's offers nighttime comedy acts to the people of Dublin. Food is served by The Willow Tree Restaurant, which is an authentic Chinese restaurant next door to the club. Drinks are also served by The Willow Tree as well. There are occasional "laugh competitions" between comedians throughout the year. Check the web site for coming acts and events.

The 25-year-old comedy club in North Beach offers 400 seats along with a full menu and full bar. Many well-known comedians come through the stage at Cobb's; from Patton Oswalt to Norm McDonald and Pablo Francisco. There is usually a two-drink minimum. However, it's rarely enforced. Most acts are eighteen and over.

This West Oakland establishment is steeped in history. Decades back, Motown greats from B.B. King to Marvin Gaye passed through its doors. These days the venue hosts metal bands on Thursday nights, plus occasional comedy acts and DJs.

Perched atop a downtown parking garage, the Punchline showcases local and touring stand-up comedy acts in a small setting, with a two-drink minimum per show. No open mics, though the venue features local comics every Sunday. Shows happen at 8 p.m. every night, with additional shows at 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. A full bar and dinner menu is also available; private parties are welcome. Eighteen and up.

Historic, eighty-person-capacity comedy club in North Beach that has hosted the likes of Woody Allen and Richard Pryor.

Comedy school that features occasional comedy shows.

This steakhouse is equipped with a comedy club and bar. Customers can find this joint near the Dublin/Pleasanton BART station. There are various comedy acts throughout the year so check the web site's calendar for a full list of shows. The menu for the steakhouse features mainly American cuisine and they have drink specials for events. Every Monday night is open-mic night.

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