Stooping to new lows within the first-minute-and-a-half, Neil Hamburger attacks Madonna, Mick Jagger and Robin Williams with great zest. Unfortunately there's no one in the audience laughing. The disc doesn't focus on Hamburger's usual stand-up routine, but acts as tour guide behind the restaurant's history, interspersed with moments of Hamburger's stand-up over the tenure of his 13-year stint as resident comedian. It's nowhere near as funny as Hamburger's usual stand-up delivery, and there's too little of that going on here. Definitely for die-hard fans only.
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AllMusic Review by Rob Theakston