Spicy Spy Spoof From Chantelle with Love Serves Up Burlesque Beauties, Dinner
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The last date listed for From Chantelle With Love was Sunday April 22, 2012 / 7:00pm.
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Born at a Mardi Gras party in Portland, Oregon, MarchFourth Marching Band has become one of the nation's best live touring acts -- and you can catch them outdoors on Pier 15 backed by beautiful waterfront views. More than just a concert, a MarchFourth show is a celebration, with stilt-walkers, unicyclists, fire eaters, puppets, flag twirlers, clown antics, acrobatics and more, accompanied by an eclectic big band in marching band costumes. Anchored by funky electric bass and featuring a 12-piece horn section and a 10-piece drum/percussion corps, MarchFourth takes you on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the gypsy camps of Eastern Europe to the African jungle by way of Brazil, while honoring the musical traditions of American funk, rock and jazz. Opening for MarchFourth is Brother Joscephus and the Love Revolution, a foot-stompin' gumbo of roots rock, old-school soul and New Orleans rhythms. Learn More
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Featured review from Elyse
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This is a fabulous deal for alcoholics! I arrived at 6:50PM for 7PM showtime. Tables weren't set up yet, but we got drink tickets for the bar. Any drink was included, so we each got a signature (normally $14) cocktail. Quite strong! We seated ourselves around 7:15, show started closer to 8PM. Servers took our order for the main dish (choice of 3: pasta with lobster, roasted chicken, or mushroom risotto). They then passed out drinks to everyone, a variation on a Dark & Stormy. Arugula salads were next. Then a spiced rum & orange bitters drink. Then the entrees, then an alcoholic Arnold Palmer, and finally a shortbread/fruit & whipped cream dessert. All the food was actually quite good, and there was no way any of us were going to finish 4 very strong drinks!
Now for the show...it was loosely based on James Bond, with acting so bad it was humorous. There were many long breaks in the show (so the actors could learn their lines perhaps? We saw many rehearsing with scripts). There were a few burlesque numbers, One acrobatic duo stood out as quite talented.
So, 4 drinks, 3 courses, a few stripteases, and a fun night overall.
The menu for this event includes an appetizer, a choice between one of three entrees and dessert, in addition to three drink pairings. There is table service.