The customer service was fantastic! However, I found the food to be very salty. This may encourage patrons to purchase more drinks. The performance was difficulty to follow, too many characters to keep up with. I didn t know if I was participating in a drama, mystery, comedy or a suspense.
Professional Actors, good food and side splitting laughs! This is not a SERIOUS dinner theater - this is your escape from reality and have a great time dinner theatre! Keep an open mind and laugh at yourself and everyone else!
Very expensive for food of poor quality, poorly prepared and served. The actors were not professional, seemed more like your next door neighbors...the ones you find pretty boring. It was a very long and very uncomfortable evening for us, one for which we paid a lot of money!
This was the best fun and the food was EXCELLENT. Everything was served hot. From the great array of appetisers to the choices of entree which was presented and served hot and appealing. Potatoes and vegetables were delicious. The salads included two dressings. They were cold and crisp! Dessert was a luscious Chocolate Mouse. The play was engaging and so much fun. We laughed until we cried. The Bissell Mansion is unique experience to visit. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a great meal. It will be a very fun evening for family and/or friends. Make sure to take your sense of humor!
The food was cold from the appetizers, bread, meat, vegetables, potatoes on to the coffee and the salad was warm. The dessert was a cup of pudding like you would eat in grade school. The chicken parmesan was soaked in butter. Half of our table had to ask for more water/coffee and some even had to ask for their meal after 3/4 of the table received their meal. They even started serving another table before everyone at our table was served. The play was full of very bad jokes and the acting was poor. The actors made us feel very uncomfortable with their comments before & during the play. We couldn't wait to leave. My husband contemplated leaving after the main course. If you want a good quality mystery dinner, go to Mount Pleasant Winery's...much better and worth the price!
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