The Ed Sullivan On Acid Comedy Show Is Every Monday In South Slope
“Gnarly” may not be exactly how you want your food to be described, but the name of Gnarly Eats is just another unique touch on this spot which is undeniably delicious and undeniably funky. After entering through the Tardis-style door, you’ll be greeted by white-washed brick walls, ironic vintage signs, lightbulbs hung from thick nautical rope, and sandwiches served on dishes made to look like cross-sections of tree trunks. Pulled pork sandwiches, burgers, and a fried chicken sandwich that’ll bring you to heaven (not only because it’s stacked so high with fried chicken goodness) are accompanied by ride or die sides like tater tots, mac & cheese jalapeno poppers. After washing it all down with a prickly pear lemonade, you’ll be adding “gnarly” to your complimentary vocabulary.
Even if acid or Ed Sullivan aren’t your things, you and your date will still enjoy the Ed Sullivan on Acid comedy show. In fact, the vibes of this show are less drugs-and-deceased-entertainers and more along the lines of free candy and seasoned comedians. Hosted by Pat O’Shea, Calvin S. Cato, and Richard James, this show pulls in comedians both up and coming and with impressive credits like Comedy Central, VH1, and Vice Media. The show is free and they donate $1 to charity for every guest, so it’s basically volunteer work. The show takes place in the back room at Freddy’s every Monday night.
447 7th Avenue, Brooklyn
Ed Sullivan on Acid
627 5th Avenue, Brooklyn