Venue Details

56 Star Starred
Imperial House Restaurant
505 Kalmia St. San Diego, CA 92101
619-460-2200
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Charleen H
Right by Balboa park, which is nice if you want to go for a walk beforehand
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Goldstar Member
Parking was $5. Was not expecting that. Don't forget tip money
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attended Jul 27 2007

Great cast who obviously enjoy working with each other. That makes it very nice for the audience. The ad-libs were hysterical and they kept cracking each other up! It was delightful!

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attended Jun 02 2007

I thought the cast was very energetic, professional and likeable. The show itself was entertaining and funny. The plot meanders a little bit and was may 30-45 minutes too long, but it works in a map-cap, "kitchey" and corny way. I've already...continued

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attended Aug 17 2007

It was sooooo much fun going to this. Mind you, you really have to be in the mood for it and up for anything. The overacting was hilarious. It was great to see how much the performers were just having a good time and were able to get the audience...continued

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Website

http://www.mysterycafe.net/

Quotes & Highlights

Best Dinner Theatre 2006 —San Diego Magazine

Description

Please visit Mystery Cafe’s "website ":http://www.mysterycafe.net/for entree choices, and contact them at (619) 544-1600 after purchasing tickets to make your entree choice.

This new mystery comedy offers as many laughs, as much suspicion, and of course, plenty of audience participation! Set in a 20’s speakeasy with such notorious gangster era characters as Ignacious “Sonny” Shoeleone, the bright and handsome heir apparent to the family empire, unless his siblings have their way; Frankie ‘Two Times” O’Malley – a thug who repeats everything twice, maybe even murder?; and Lotta “Boom-Boom” Kreskin, a chanteuse who predicts the future, which doesn’t look bright for several characters in this zany plot filled with gangsters, games and dames!

About the Ticket Supplier: Mystery Cafe Dinner Theatre

Mystery Cafe is San Diego's premiere interactive dinner theatre. Producing for over 16 years, Mystery Cafe is the esteemed recipient of numerous awards, including:

The Finest Service Award"-Convention & Visitor's Bureau
Best Dinner Theater, San Diego Magazine
Best Murder and a Meal, San Diego Reader
Best Dinner Theater, San Diego Union Tribune
Women Who Mean Business, San Diego Business Journal

Mystery Cafe is made special by their dedication to customer service and the quality actors and designers associated with each production.