Although its been over two decades since the end of his beloved “show about nothing,” Jerry Seinfeld is ready to show he’s still got the jokes. The good-humored New Yorker will make his return to his comedic and geographic roots for an upcoming extended residency at the Beacon Theatre. Performing twice per month until June, your next chances to catch the funny man on stage are on March 14th and 15th.

While there’s no doubt Seinfeld will bring the laughs, jokes are always a little bit funnier with a few pre-show cocktails. Swing by The Skylark for a couple of rounds and a bite to eat, you know, just in case there’s “no soup for you” at the venue.

A quick trip on the 1, 2, or 3 subway line will transport you to a night full of laughter and insight from a comedian with a uniquely New York perspective.