Revisit the Middle Ages during this hilarious dinner theater experience. Have a feast inside a castle while wenches (waitresses) bring flagons of dark ... More
Revisit the Middle Ages during this hilarious dinner theater experience. Have a feast inside a castle while wenches (waitresses) bring flagons of dark ale, and jesters sing and play. You will eat loaves of bread, pepper cheese trenchers, dragon soup and roasted herb chicken; all without utensils, of course! The comedic Lord of the Manor will keep you entertained with slapstick storytelling performances throughout the night. The wenches join in the fun with songs, stories and even a bit of comedy. Advance reservations required.
I have been to his place many times, each time a bit different but the same FANTASTIC show! Always a good time with friends, funny and entertaining. The staff work their butts off the whole time you are there. The food is fabulous, plenty to go around and the beer and wine is always flowing (do not believe rumors of it being watered down because that is so not true!). Don t let the King scare you regarding using the bathrooms at his discretion. There are plenty of breaks to use the facilities. Good times! I plan on going again and again!
Have not been for many years and cannot explain why. It was fun then it is far better now. The soup that began the meal set the tone- a bit odd, spicy unexpected and delightful. My kudos for the KIng and company of tyalented performers. Long live the Medieval Manor.
Fun time...best with large group of friends/family. Unless you're into eating large amounts of gross greasy food with your hands(including salad,dipping it into shared cups of dressing..yecch!) you will be disappointed with what they serve.If I ever go again,I'll be sure to eat dinner beforehand.Kind of R rated,no big deal but those offended by the slightest bit of profanity may not enjoy the show...a lot of sexual innuendo and raunchy slapstick.If it wasn't for the fact that the food was so bad,I'd give it 4 stars but I'll stick with the average rating.
the food was exellent the service was great they were always their and catered for your needs. it could have used a little more colour the only things i didnt like were the beds.Ill definantly go back!
This was the first dinner/theatre combination I had ever attended, so therefore I have nothing like it to compare it to.
The actors/actresses also serve as your waiter/waitresses, but do so in a limited fashion because they are also putting on a show throughout the whole experience. It's a two hour long show.
It's mainly skits put to song... and a lot of it was very funny. They had wonderful voices - very talented.
In terms of eats - no utensils. Challenging to be sure. Food wasn't super, but it was adequate to fill my tummy. It tasted fresh and cooked well. The atmosphere was dark but that is part of the theatre/genre.
It's full of sexual innuendo and not for young children. Great for parties! I wouldn't go there on my own, but with a group.
it freakin rocked, Molly, Peggy, Sadie, Spillkus, Bonk and all the rest (hard to admit but i was a little drunk when i left but those are the names i remembered) and there was such a cute bar tender ... the place was just wonderful you have to go at least once before you die, unless you don't like some dirty humor then you should stay at home with the doors locked and pretened to live in your make believe world, it was soooooo awsome!!!!!!!!
We usually go every year around the holidays, but haven't been for a few years. Last Friday's show was a blast and we were thrilled with all the changes to the show. The availability of light and dark beer is great. The ribs were A+, the soup B+ the chicken C-. We will so be back.
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