For a swashbuckling family night out, swash on over to this dinner theater where children and adults alike enter the world of ... More
Pirate's Dinner Adventure
For a swashbuckling family night out, swash on over to this dinner theater where children and adults alike enter the world of buccaneers sailing on high seas. On a movie-set pirate ship, talented actors, dancers and acrobats strut their stuff in a tale of life on the high seas in daring days of old. As you watch, you dine on limitless pot roast, chicken, cake and other goodies. Soft drinks are available for children, while beer and wine is on tap for adults. After the show, you get a chance to mingle with the cast, an eye-widening event for the kids and for plenty of adults as well! Call for details.
tickets were booked in UK all we had to do was call from villa and arrange a date.
got to car park $3 dollars please
got to window $5 dollars for brochure
upgrade your meal from a manky turkey leg more money
picture in doorway $20
inside the drinks are rip off and the place stinks
main meal rubbish, 2 free beers so long as your not driving
show was a load of shouty rubbish
avoid..........go to mcdonalds they dont come and ask for a $5 tip from everyone in your party after being unable to eat the awfull food
The show is what you make it. If you are going to go in there with a :( about $$, then you aren't going to give anything a chance. If you go in with a "jolly" make this work attitude then you can make this a memorable experience. Interact as much as possible and loosen up people! I have to say Keith, the greeter, at the front was one of the most nicest, accomodating people I met on my stay here. Ana, our server, was very kind and attentive The show was awesome. The food was delish. You have an option to upgrade to a filet or lobster and shrimp for $18.50 more. You get a choice of soup or salad, roasted chicken, potatoes, and rice pilaf. You get two servings of beer or sodas and for desert, apple pie a la mode. With the dinner, you are in the moment. The preshow was awesome! Get there at least 30 minutes before to catch that! There is music, a tavern, and a whole lot of fun The show was great! My husband was chosen once and my 7 year old daughter twice to participate in the action. The actors added comedy and really great stunts (gypsy girl rocked!). I recommend this because I feel that my daughter enjoyed this very much. That is what matters to me the most. My husband and I liked it too but to see my daughter following the storyline for 1 1/2 hours made it greater. It is worth it. If you have boys then they will probably love it even more!
My wife and I spent the money to eat, drink and be merry. The ticket prices were pricey but the experience was worth it! I even got to participate in the show. The staff was great and the entertainment was campy but fun. A really enjoyable experience. The food my be overcooked for some, but you didn't leave hungry. Yes! We will go back for more when we are in town!
The show is superb, really exciting. Everyone gets involved, it's good fun. You have your meal during the show and for that reason I can't remember every detail of it, but I certainly finished my meal and enjoyed it. It was good value, it wasn't the best meal ever, but good. I agree with what some have said in saying, once you've seen it, it's not something you feel you want to do it again. The staff (not talking about the performers, now) were very polite and courteous. After the dinner and show, I'm not sure if this is every night, but there was a disco that even the performers in the show attended. I didn't stop by for this, but everyone looked like they were having fun. Overall, I had a great experience and would recommended this if you're a family with children or young teenagers.
My husband and I went here while on our honeymoon at Disney. First of all, the prices were rediculous for what you get. Especially considering our expirience was so horrible. Waiting for the show to be over was like waiting at the DMV. We waited, as painful as it was, for an extremely disgusting meal AND dessert. Not only that but they push how much to tip the waiters, and try to sell you a picture taken before the show for $20 and are rude if you don't want it. My husband still occasionally mocks the woman trying to sell it to us. "you wan et? et's twinee dallahs." The show itsself was... weird. A bunch of fruity looking pirates all dressed in different colors of the rainbow doing gymnastics.
If that was the only thing wrong with it though, we wouldn't have minded. It might have even got two stars! Because there was booze-a-plenty before the show, there were a few obviously drunk people. And of course, right behind us there was a group of really loud, really drunk women, to this day I think may have been prostitues. Their shrill, obnoxious voices were right behind us the entire show, and I had the worst headache by time we left.
Even that wasn't the worst part. It was definitely the pirate were were assigned to. "Andre" was incredibly rude to my husband throughout the entire show! I can't believe they have people like that working there! First he singled him out for not "cheering enough", which only the drunk people and children were doing. Then he called my husband a yuppie! We were so angry that we started booing him, and cheering for a different pirate. Towards the end he made one last comment. He gestered to the women behind us and said "If you were cool like me you'd get women like that"
A painful expirience, don't waste your time or money. And absolutely don't bring your children!
First off the one thing that was such a suprise the show is a musical...and not a very good one. The actors are hard to understand and no plot atleast that i could tell. Felt like we were watch a musical at a high school not a $50 dinner. The food was ok nothing special and not very warm. Our seats were terrible even with reservations ahead of time (if you want to be able to see the show don't sit in the blue or green ships). The show starts at either 6 or 8:30 but be there atleast 30-45min early to get the appetizers they advertise. Wish i had read these reveiws before going. I'll never go back again.
This show has to be written and performed with the 9 - 4 year old crowd in mind. I kept wondering if the cast were Disney rejects.
The food tasted freshly frozen, if you know what I mean. Would it hurt to invest in salt or pepper at least?
Service seemed to be given begrudingly, and then capped with an appeal of gratuity of $5 per head. Funny thing about tips - they're for service, not for meal delivery.
Maybe adding the "Pirate Song" could help...maybe?
I assume you've been to a dinner-theater before. This one has a big pirate ship in the middle and beyond you shouting for your pirate, there are several levels of additional audience participation for an extra fee, so the fleecing of the guests was well thought out. The server didn't speak much English, the meal was small (but surprisingly tasty), and all the interesting stuff happened in the first half of the show.
The second half was a tiring seesaw back and forth as the pirates mutinied and counter-mutinied until you just wanted it to be over with. There was no sense that the pirate who got the most cheering won, as they revealed the romantic interest too soon and the same person wound up taking over the ship and getting the girl.
If you've got someone who loves pirates, they will probably be forgiving of this show, as it did have some good stunts and good decoration.
Don't eat here - unless you enjoy wasting your money...
By A Yahoo Contributor, 5/18/07
Rubber chicken, paste gravy, the smell of mold, horrible singing, obviously fake stunts, loud music... the list goes on. These are a few reasons why I do not like Pirates Dinner show. Not too mention that you are forced to pay your waiter an addition 15% tip for every member of your party, on top of the already pricey tickets. Even kids have to pay a tip! Also, while a waitress was passing by, she spilled red sauce on my friend's shirt and pants. He was siting on the end of the rock hard bench, so he got drenched in the sauce. And, what did they bring out to wip up the sauce??? A used, ragged wash cloth. Also, after waiting through a dull pre-show and show, we thought the dessert might be ok, but it was a piece of apple pie smaller than any brownie I have ever seen before. The pie came with melted ice cream. I also tried to call back, and they soon hung up on me and my friend was there with me. So, pirates has a lot to work on, and until they do, I would suggest that you do not eat here.
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