Venues with foodservice elements, from casinos to ballparks to schools, are treating their guests to a widening array of varied and delicious menu offerings. Largely absent from that culinary revolution, though, have been comedy clubs, which have remained bastions of two-drink minimums and food that, if it’s served at all, often seems as though it hasn't been modified since the 1980s. Brothers Paul and Chris Italia and their business partner, David Kimowitz, are trying to ...

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