When hunger strikes on an Orlando vacation, the entertainment doesn’t need to be paused. A variety of dinner shows take center stage to keep the fun going while you recharge.
Capone’s Dinner & Show is a one-of-a-kind speakeasy and cabaret that has entertained guests of all ages since 1992. Prohibition-era costumes, décor and characters transport you back in time for an evening of raucous fun while you feast on an all-you-can-eat dinner buffet that features American classic comfort foods, a create-your-own-pasta station and other Italian favorites, a fresh salad bar and a meat carving station. Your ticket also includes unlimited beverage service, including Al’s Original Rum Runner, other cocktails including kiddie cocktails, Bud Light draft, wine, soda, tea, coffee and more. Even dessert is included. Its selection varies by season.
The perfect show for any detective is Sleuths Mystery Dinner Shows. Be prepared to solve the crime after meeting the outrageous characters, participating in a live interrogation, and uncovering all of the clues. Performers will delight with their improvisational comedy. Before the show begins, you will get to enjoy a fresh green salad, assorted crackers with signature cheese spread, dinner rolls with butter, and hot and cold hors d’oeuvres. For the entree, you can choose from Honey-glazed Cornish Game Hen, Four Cheese Lasagna (with or without meatballs), or Prime Rib for just a little bit extra. Kids will be served chicken tenders, mac-n-cheese and green beans. There is dessert, but it’s a mystery that you will find out when you get there. All drinks are included the ticket price, including beer, wine, soda, tea and coffee. By the end of the evening, you will find out if you were a successful sleuth with the reveal of the actual criminal.
Titanic The Artifact Exhibition hosts the Titanic Gala Dinner on Friday and Saturday evenings. This interactive dinner show is set during the retirement party of the legendary Caption Edward John Smith. Notable guests, including Margaret “Molly” Brown, will mingle at each table as you enjoy a four-course meal fit for first class. The meal begins with a mixed greens salad and dinner rolls, followed by an appetizer of Beef Bouillon with Croute. The main course includes sliced beef with a mushroom demi-glaze, chicken breast with sherry cream sauce, glazed carrots and dill roasted red potatoes. Children will be served chicken tenders with dill new potatoes. Then, for dessert, you will enjoy chocolate mousse with a brownie. Prior to dinner, you are invited to attend a cocktail party featuring R.M.S. signature cocktails like The Iceberg, a mixture of vodka, blue Curacao and Sprite. The ticket price includes a guided tour of the exhibition’s galleries, which concludes with a re-enactment of Titanic’s fateful night.
With such tasty options for dinner and a show, your trip wouldn’t be complete without including one or all of these experiences in your itinerary.