Its stage has featured David Letterman,
Robin Williams, Billy
Crystal, Bob Newhart,
Pat Paulsen, Steve
Martin, the Smothers Brothers,
Sales, Paula Poundstone
and Jay Leno, among other stand-up
The Ice House is also home to the hit VH-1's series, "Stand-Up Spotlight" originally starring Rosie O'Donnell. The theater seats only 200, and the small setting provides everyone with a great view of the stage.
They also feature impressionists and magicians, and their shows tend to be longer than at other comedy clubs. And you can have dinner before the show at their restaurant, called "Comics."
Cover: $2.50-$11.50. Two drink minimum. 18 & over. Free parking. Reservations encouraged at (818) 577-1894. Closed Mondays.
Getting there: The Ice House is located on the east side of downtown Pasadena, just one block north of Colorado Blvd (home stretch of the Rose Parade), on Mentor Avenue, and one block east of Lake Ave.
[For more information on this
subject, you can access their official website at: http://www.icehouseonline.com/.]
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