How was your experience?
I had a birthday dinner here for a friend last night, we were a total of 14, so we had an entire row of seats to ourselves, which was very nice. Got there 90 minutes early as suggested from other fellow reviewers, pick up ticket and check in take about another 15 minutes, and then we were inside. If you have a small party, do ask for the captain upgrade seating, it's all the way up in the front row. Once we got in, appetizers were being served all around the waiting area. Choices were range from meatballs to turkey, to ham, fruits, and a few others. It was delicious and definitely very well worth the early arrival. The waiting area was very small, only a few tables were there, so majority of guests had to stand around to wait till opening time. Gift shops and two bars are also at the waiting room, so you can get yourself a drink and browse around while waiting. At about 45 minutes before the show starts, there's a pre-show of what you will be about to see, and audiences will be asked to go onstage in assistance to the performance. At around 10 minutes before the show starts, you will be called out in sections, and proceed as groups into your seating area. We had the red area, which is the best angle in the house. Once you are seated, your server will assist you in anything you need, service is superb. You will start up with an appetizer, follow by your choice of an entree, and finish with a dessert. You also get 2 round of beers and unlimited sodas. The best part of the night in term of food is the appetizer and the dessert. The main course is very bad. The meal were definitely pre-cooked, frozen and being reheat once your order was taken. If you're expecting a delicious meal, don't. So, do stack up your stomach with the appetizer before you go inside. The show itself was good, but not great. Slow starts, but it picks up toward the end. You must, MUST participate and get into it to make it fun. Cheers, scream, do what you're told, and this will be one entertaining experience for you, aside from the food itself. Just keep in mind that you're paying for the entertainment, just like you are in Vegas, the food is just something on the side, so don't expect to get the type of food out of what you're paying for. My suggestion is just to go without any expectations, go with as much people as possible, and you will have a good time. It's definitely something you would want to experience at least once just to say you have done it.