1.3 min readBy Published On: October 1st, 2013Categories: Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyle0 Comments on Laugh Boston

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Did you know that besides improving our mood, laughter can reduce stress, help fight infection, and reduce pain?  So not only is laughing fun, it’s good for your too.  Make a plan to spend a night laughing at Southie’s newest addition, Laugh Boston. 

Located in the Westin Waterfront, Laugh Boston is a 300 seat, state of the art, comedy club brought to you by Chet Harding (Southie resident) and Norm Laviolette from Improv Asylum in the North End and John Tobin – former City Councilor and manager of oh so many comedy clubs around Boston.  Thursday through Saturday will feature local and national headliner like Gary Valentine, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Greg Proops, Michael Che, Ari Shaffir, Godfrey, and Greg Fitzsimmons.  Tickets are $25

What goes great with laughing?  Eating and drinking.  Laugh Boston will serve upscale pub food along with beer, wine, and signature cocktails like the Knock Knock and the Rim Shot.  Standouts on the menu include flatbreads, fried hot dogs, and pretzel bites. 

We’re excited about:

  • Nothings better than the Boston accent, right?  It can’t be faked and needs to be genuine.  In October, be on the look out for Boston Accent Wednesdays featuring some of our local favorite comedians like Steve Sweeney and Don Gavin. 
  • Laugh Boston will also be serving up scorpion bowls – we love a big bowl of booze that you share with friends. 

For more information on Laugh visit: www.laughboston.com