Wife's 50th birthday. She wanted to go to a comedy club. We chose Crackers. Nice atmosphere,Watered down drinks. (Wife had to order a separate shot to add to her drink to taste any alcohol) Every mixed drink at our table was said to be watered down. Stick with the beer, at least you know what you're getting. The headliner was pretty good. We were really enjoying ourselves. So you can imagine our surprise when we were asked to leave because the table next to us said we were disruptive and laughing too loud. I was a manager for 20 years. If ever there was a disturbance in my workplace, I'd gather information I could, investigate the problem and form a course of action. When the -itch of a manager was asked if she knew for sure it was our table, she hadn't checked. REALLY?? You're going to throw someone out based on hear say?? But... before we were escorted to the door, they wouldn't let us leave without giving a tip!! I thought a tip was voluntary! My wife has been a bartender for over 25 years. I know what a tip means, and I guarantee that everyone in our party would have tipped generously based on service, which wasn't too bad based on the number of people there. But being forced to tip?? Especially after being forced to leave!! I will do what research I can to see just how legal that was. But BEWARE people, evidently rudeness from this management team has happened before. The only time I'd go back is if the management was changed. Where the hell did you find her? Surly you could have picked a better candidate. At least one with communication skills.