The ninth annual New York Comedy Festival concludes this weekend, with several big-name comics headlining a few brand-name clubs at accordingly high, though not necessarily unjustifiable, ticket prices.
For those who’d rather maximize their laughs per dollar, the Miser has dug up one of the festival’s most thrifty options. The Creek and the Cave, a new restaurant, lounge and comedy club in Long Island City, Queens, just one stop from Midtown Manhattan on the No. 7 train, is hosting several lower-key shows in the festival.
On Friday night at 10, “Say Anything” will feature a half-dozen comics strictly observing the ground rule, or lack thereof, implied by the show’s title. It should be an evening