City Steam And The Brew HaHa Present: Geno Bisconte - Regular on Gotham Live TV and at Caroline's
If you wish to sit with a party who bought tickets seperately, please call the venue at (860) 525-1600, OR select the "notes" box at checkout and write the name of the other purchaser.
Seating is determined they day of the show based upon the chronological order that tickets were purchased. Consideration is given to party size. Requests are welcome but no guarantees are made. Guests must be at least 21 years of age with valid government-issued photo ID to attend all performances. Tickets are not transferable and retain no cash value.
Online ticket purchases CANNOT be redeemed with a discount voucher. In the event you have a voucher, please call 860-525-1600 to make reservations.
All seating arrangements are final !
All guests must exhibit appropriate conduct during the live performance. If you are disruptive to other patrons, you may be approached by a manager. If approached a second time, you may be asked to leave without refund.
Full menu and Bar available throughout the majority of each show. Service is offered tableside only.
No separate checks. Only guests seated at the bar may order from the bartender.
No Frozen Drinks. Never a drink minimum.
Food and beverage is not included with the price of admission.
Parties of 8 or more are recommended/requested to arrive at least 45 minutes prior to the 8pm Friday and 7pm Saturday shows if you wish to have full dinners, so that we may have ample time before the show begins to offer exemplary foodservice.
Doors open 90 minutes prior to showtime for the 8pm Friday show and 7pm Saturday show.
Doors open 30 minutes prior for Saturday 10pm show.
Performers subject to change.
Weather Disclaimer: Refunds for admission will only be considered if the State of CT closes major roads into the City of Hartford (I84 or I91). In this event, you will also have the option of forwarding your ticket purchase as a credit towards a future show.
Bisconte's slash and burn style of back stabbing insults show he is a true comic guildsman. His
style is reminiscent of a bowling machine setting up his audience, one person at a time, for the
inevitable knockdown. Bisconte’s soapbox delivery includes pornography as therapy, the
love of his family, beautiful breasts, lobster bibs and the beauty of laughing at the
forbidden. Bisconte questions the life and death ethics of tipping (yes to Starbucks employees
but not to airline pilots???) and why family dysfunction is just, sometimes, so darn funny."
Recently seen on MTV & a regular at Catch a Rising Star in Las Vegas.