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Wednesday, Dec 11 2013

It's the age-old question: What are Jews supposed to do on Christmas? And furthermore: What is fun that anyone can do on Christmas? Whether you're looking for an open restaurant or just trying to get out of listening to your weird uncle talk about how much better The Haight used to be, Kung Pao Kosher Comedy is an entertaining and hilarious choice for Christmas evening. The show guarantees a good time, with comics from across the country delivering hot and spicy comedy alongside a seven-course Chinese feast (during the dinner show), or dim sum and drinks (during the cocktail show). There aren't many events to pick from on Christmas, but fortunately Kung Pao Kosher Comedy is a fantastic option, no matter what time of year. Every show supplies delicious fortune cookies concealing a little Yiddish proverb.

Dec. 24-26, 6 & 9:30 p.m., 2013

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