1. Spend New Year’s Eve With The World Champion!

    December 27, 2012 by patrick

    Join The World Champion, Judah Friedlander, for two shows this New Year’s Eve at The Stand!

    Also featuring Todd Barry, Rachel Feinstein, Yannis Pappas, & More!

    For 8:30: Tickets include two drinks for the show and a Champagne Toast at midnight as we watch the ball drop! After the show you’ll be escorted upstairs where you will treated to food from Chef Seth Levine!

    Click here for tickets

    For 10:30: WATCH THE BALL DROP!

    Tickets include OPEN BAR from 8pm to Midnight! A Champagne toast at midnight! Food from Chef Seth Levine!

    Click here for tickets

    Call 212.677.2600 for more information or to reserve now!

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  2. The Stand Named Best New Venue of 2012

    December 22, 2012 by patrick

     

    What an honor! Many thanks to Time Out New York for naming us the Best New Venue of 2012!

    “Several spots opened this year, but between its fun menu, intimate yet proper theater, lineups that reflect the tastes of its owners—new talent and lots of rough guys like the club’s patron saint, Mike DeStefano—the Stand NYC shows great promise.”

    Read the full article here


  3. The Stand Mentioned In Today’s Page Six

    December 19, 2012 by patrick

     

    “The View” co-star Sherri Shepherd took in an impromptu — but rather racy — comedy performance by her husband, TV writer Lamar Sally, at The Stand last Friday. Spies at the Third Avenue restaurant say that during dinner with a group of friends, Sally discovered it was open-mic night in the comedy club downstairs.

    Click here to read more


  4. DNAinfo.com Article About Brunch At The Stand

    December 16, 2012 by patrick

     

    “Chef Seth Levine is well known for his brunch,” said Paul Italia, one of the owners. “So we always knew from the start brunch was going to be a focus for us and a big winner.”

    Click here to read the entire article


  5. The Stand Featured In The Sunday New York Times

    December 3, 2012 by patrick

    “There’s a stigma about comedy clubs,” another owner, David Kimowitz, said. “They’re tourist traps, watered-down drinks. We’re trying to evolve the comedy club.”

    Click here to read “A Big City Is A Crowded Room”