“For a Funny Guy your pretty dam serious …!” “Comedy is a serious dam business Gavin” Oscar snapped back stirring the ice in his Stoli O tonic so hard the cubes were singing or in his case brain music. As we stood in our dinning room late one Tuesday evening (about 3ish) and Oscar maneuvered himself, his ideas, his libation, and our furniture around the room like an enthusiastic groom at first dance. The more he talked the more sense it made (thankfully my new best friend Mr. Crispin Cider was there to
Help me realize Oscar’s vision)
Service Industry Comedy Night
We arranged the first evening for Tuesday before Thanksgiving “A dry run, troubleshoot the technical’s, work out the unforseens” at 12pm the doors opened to the first revelers and then remained opened thereafter as hordes of overworked Service workers in overly starched black & whites streamed into the bar in an orderly fashion and proceeded to order refreshments both for themselves and everybody who was present and everybody yet to come. Thankfully two of Brickyards finest were still present and ready to lend a hand One from the Midwest (Chicago USA) the other from the Far East (Tyrone IRL).
The Show itself was like the bar, a huge hit with all attended, Oscar and his guest entertainers did not disappoint they held the crowd in the palm of their hands, delivery and punch line followed in uproarious rhythm, The Crowd shouted for more, and Indeed their will be more as the Brickyard Gastro Pub becomes the new home of late night comedy in new York city. Watch this Internet Broadcasting System (IBS) for new dates and more info, and until then you have our permission to day dream about Craft Ales & Beers
Brickyard Gastro Pub