Damon Wayans

Damon Wayans

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About Damon Wayans

Face masks are required except when eating and drinking!


We are only selling entire tables instead of individual tickets

2 options

Two Person Table

Four Person Table

Our seating is now done by the date and time of the ticket purchase / reservation. You will be assigned tables by purchase date.

At this time we are unable to sit parties together. We apologize for the inconvenience.



What we’re doing to keep everyone safe:

We will be taking everyone’s temperature upon arrival and we do not allow entry if your temperature is 100 degrees or higher.

Masks are required except when customers are consuming food and beverages.

Our staff will be wearing masks at all times and will meet temperature requirements before entering.


Damon Wayans is known throughout the world for his comedic genius and is most fondly remembered for the Emmy Award winning series “In Living Color” where he created sketch characters like Homey the Clown, Handiman, and Blaine from Men on Film. His writing for the series earned him personally two Emmy nominations in addition to the shows nominations. Damon also co-created, starred and executive produced the hit series, “My Wife and Kids” which is currently in syndication worldwide and received numerous awards, including the People's Choice for Favorite New Television Series, and Favorite Male Performer. Most recently he starred on the hit tv show Lethal Weapon.
On the big screen, Damon starred in Spike Lee's critically acclaimed film “Bamboozled, “Major Payne,” “Blankman,” and “Mo Money,” which he also wrote and executive produced.
Damon has always enjoyed tremendous success in stand-up. After making his start touring the comedy club circuit, he landed a role on “Saturday Night Live.” He then went on to star in his own critically acclaimed HBO specials, “One Night Stand,” “The Last Stand,” “Still Standing,” and “Way Out.” He is also a New York Times Bestselling of “Bootleg,” a humorous compilation of his observations on family, children, marriage, and politics.