Rrazz Room offering Black Friday ticket deals online

Black Friday alert for all Bay Area cabaret fans!

The Rrazz Room, San Francisco’s most cocktail-cool nightclub, is offering some special online deals, today only (www.therrazzroom.com; 800-380-3095).

First, there’s a 30 percent discount on all gift card sales if you utilize the coupon code “Thanksgiving” when purchasing. A great deal in itself.

But there’s also a 50 percent discount that’s being applied to some select shows, today only.

Such as Dean Martin’s daughter Deana Martin, playing a dad-honoring performance there Nov. 25-27, or Suzanne Westenhoefer, appearing the same days. Also: a half-off deal for the great Marlena Shaw and her trio, playing Dec. 1-4.

So you don’t actually have to leave the house and risk getting pepper-sprayed. Or worse. Log on and download some Rrazz Room deals!

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