Tuesday April 6, 2010 / 6:00pmPirate's Dinner Adventure
Assigned at Box Office (Adult)
Assigned at Box Office (Child 11 and Under)
How was your experience?
I suggest arriving early! Parking is limited and so is seating for the "Pre-Show" My party arrived at 4:30 for a 6:00 show and had to squeeze into a bench. The waiters do pass around small appitizers (fried shrimp, fried mini tacos...ect) Drinks range in price from $5.00 for a kids take home light up glass to $18.00 for an adult mixed drink. The pre show had audience involvement and lots of action. When you pick up your tickets from the window, you are assigned a table number. I guess arriving an hour and a half early dosen't guarantee you a good seat.Once taken inside the theatre, We had a table in the 3rd row (I think there are 5 rows) We were seated on the very end of the table row. This worked out great since we had a two year old with us and they supplied a high chair. The views were not wonderful from this seat, but it was a great place to be with a little one. I highly suggest eating prior to coming! The food was HORRIBLE. I had the chicken and beef...dry and no flavor. The potato was way overcooked, and the corn was mushy. The salad came out of a bag with nothing additional. The dessert was decent. One scoop of Vanilla Ice cream and a squeeze of caramel sauce with a spoonful of apple pie. The service from the waiters was excellent! They make sure you have full drinks and he even brought out snacks for the little one. The show itself was fun to watch. I think the kids(ranging in age from 2 to 13) really enjoyed it. The pirates did a great job of keeping the audience entertained. They choose a few kids to go on the "ship" that was a fun detail...they got to walk the plank and meet the princess. Overall, it's good times if you can get the tickets for a discount and bring kids. If your just going with adults I suggest Medieval Times.