Venue Details

1953 Star Starred
Teatro ZinZanni
Between 2nd and 3rd Ave 222 Mercer Street Seattle, WA 98109
206-802-0015
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Randy Woodson
Try to sit close to the center. More expensive, but worth it.
When Sparks Fly info Aug 26 2014 star this tip starred
Chattray A Chea
There are multiple lots around the area or right next to the theater. There's also a parking garage not to far of a walk. Usually cheaper if there aren't any events happening.
When Sparks Fly travel Aug 21 2014 star this tip starred
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amBRIGITY
2 events
1 review
16 stars
attended Feb 09 2012

The show and performers were amazing. It was so fun and I would go again except..... THE FOOD WAS HORRIBLE!!!!!!!!!!! Seriously it was bad. My shrimp were fishy, overcooked, inedible and I couldn't track my server down to save my life because she...continued

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8 reviews
16 stars
attended Mar 09 2012

It's a wonderful experience. The 3+ hour show is worth every penny. I never expected to see the waiters dancing and the performers coming to all the tables to chat with the audience. The acrobats are Cirque du Soleil material, the singing was...continued

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7 reviews
5 stars
attended May 20 2012

French comedy tent show like a cirque du soleil with 4 course meal. was chosen out of the audience and had fun with "tres" and "cinco" see photo. This was a great evening for us full of fun acrobatics music dance and good food. Really really...continued

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Website

http://dreams.zinzanni.org/cast_incoming.htm

Description

In a storyline seemingly ripped from the headlines, times are tough and the dinner tent is threatened with closure. Pandemonium ensues when the kitchen staff refuses the pink slips. With only one night left to save their theatre, our underdogs band together as “back-of-house” heads to “front-of-house” in typical ZinZanni style! In the end, of course, artists save the day, the circus stays in town and non-stop entertainment is had by all!

Teatro ZinZanni generally recommends the show to guests age 13 and older.  It is a very long evening with a sophisticated menu that is not necessarily designed for a child’s palate.  However, there is no age restriction, so parents should use their best judgment.

The lobby will open for drinks and shopping at the on-site boutique one hour before show time.

Menu and beverage selections are subject to change without notice.

 

Each course is served at your table and service is completely intertwined with the show. The vegetarian entrée is available upon request — please indicate that request to your server as you are seated.

A full selection of cocktails, fine wine, domestic and imported beer, champagne, cognac and after-dinner drinks is available in the lounge and at your table.

If you have a special bottle of wine you would like to bring with you to the show and it is not on the wine list, you are welcome to do so, limited to four 750-ml bottles or two magnums per party. There is a $20 per 750ml bottle and $40 per magnum corkage fee.

For parties of six or more, beverage purchases will be presented on one check with 18% gratuities included.

About the Ticket Supplier: Teatro ZinZanni Seattle

Part circus, part dinner theatre, Teatro ZinZanni is a big night out unlike any other, a three-hour whirlwind of international cirque, comedy and cabaret artists all served up with a five-course feast designed by Teatro ZinZanni Executive Chef Erik Carlson.