SF's Dirty Joke Night at a Legendary Strip Club

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SF's Dirty Joke Night at a Legendary Strip Club

This historic North Beach strip club goes comedy on Monday nights with a HellaFunny dirty joke night

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Condor Club 560 Broadway San Francisco, CA 94133

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The legendary Condor Club in North Beach turns into a pop-up comedy club on Monday nights. Instead of topless dancers, you'll hear real dirty jokes by real dirty comedians and some of SF's top local comics every weekend with credits like Cobbs, Punchline, SF Sketchfest, Comedy Central Clusterfest, Outside Lands and more.

The Condor Club has, ahem, a rich history and was home to Carol Doda and was the first ever topless club in the U.S. We'll take over the dancer stage and turn it into a comedy stage.


  • Showtime 7:30pm
  • It's a 70+ minute show with 4-5 of SF's top local comics on the bill
  • Sorry, no topless dancers during the show! (that comes later... if you're up for it!)
  • 21+ only
  • Arrive early for happy hour with drink specials before the show.
  • DJ Bling Bling provides the tunes spinning Top 40 and bangers.


Condor Club – Since 1964, The Original Historic topless gentleman’s club located in World Famous North Beach District in San Francisco. The Condor became the birthplace of the world’s first topless & bottomless entertainment. The club starred Carol Doda who was the first topless entertainer where she became famous. In 1972, bottomless dancing became illegal in California, but Carol Doda continued dancing there topless until 1986.


A bizarre death occurred at the Condor Club in November 1983. Bouncer Jimmy Ferrozzo and his girlfriend, exotic dancer Theresa Hill, decided after hours to have sexual intercourse on the famous white piano Carol Doda made her entrance on, being lowered from the ceiling by cables. They accidentally hit the on switch, and the piano rapidly rose to the ceiling, crushing Ferrozzo. Hill survived only because she was thinner than her companion

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Main Photo - Public Domain

Second Photo - Eric Molina - CC BY 2.0

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