By Daniela Agurcia and Brooke Crawford

With April Fools Day today, why not step away from your normal date idea and attend a comedy show this weekend? A stand-up show can be the perfect way to trigger that funny bone for you and your partner. Forget about all of the awkwardness of an ordinary dinner-and-a-movie date. If your sweetheart has a sense of humor, then the comedian’s inappropriate jokes will be ironically appropriate. Consider this dating advice by heading to one of the three spots below!


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Follow This Dating Advice to Second City

This world renowned comedy club was first opened during 1959 in the Old Town neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. The Chicago Second City has helped mold comedians such as Bill Murray and Steve Carell. It is not only a comedy club, but this legendary establishment is host to classes as well. Check their website for your next weekend date idea, and who knows, maybe you will catch someone famous while you’re there!

Formerly located in the heart of Chelsea, New York, Caroline’s has become a prime New York nightlife spot for those looking to take in a few laughs. The newest location was one of the prime establishments in the renewal of the Times Square district. Headliners such as Kathy Griffin, Dave Chappelle, and Tracy Morgan have graced the stage. This place is sure to give you a great night out on the town.

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The Comedy Store, nestled in the heart of Hollywood, is not only a historical location, but it also has a story behind the name. Co-founder Sammy Shore originally had a TV show before deciding to open the notorious club with his former wife Mitzi. The celebrity exes have a son who can often be seen there because the business is still owned by his mother. Be sure to get in a drink with a splash of laughter at this historical nightlife spot. As you can see, taking your beau to a comedy show is a unique date idea when you’re looking for something new to do.

What are some great comedy shows you have attended? Share below.