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25th Anniversary at Capone’s Dinner Show

The 25th anniversary at Capone’s Dinner Show will be celebrated throughout the year. The theater is located on Highway 192 in Kissimmee, near Orlando’s attractions and theme parks. “25 Years of Memories” will transport guests back in time, not only to the prohibition era, but through 25 years of local show business. Everyone is invited to participate, and there will be multiple ways to get in on the ‘take.’

25th Anniversary at Capone’s Dinner Show

“We are one of Orlando’s original dinner theaters.”

Capone’s dinner theater opened in 1992. “We are one of Orlando’s original dinner theaters,” states John Kucik, owner of Capone’s Dinner & Show. “My original desire was to bring a different type of dinner show to the area, unlike the ‘chain’ theaters. We’ve accomplished that and more. Throughout our 25-year history, many changes have been made to our show and menu. Each transformation successfully freshened the guest experience and improved upon it.”  He and the cast, some of whom have been with the speakeasy since its opening, are looking forward to the celebration.

ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: Pre-order costume accessories, such as a boa or fedora. Pick them up when you arrive for the show and pick up your tickets. It is so much fun to ‘dress the part’ and get into the theme. Save 10% by entering the promotional code “Outfit” when checking out.

Throughout the 25th Anniversary at Capone’s Dinner Show, guests will have unique opportunities to create new memories or share their own. In addition to the nightly gangster shoot out prizes, monthly grand prizes will be awarded on the 25th day of each month. If your business is celebrating an anniversary milestone (25 years & up), a special group discount is available for your mob. Having a 25th birthday this year? The wise guys and gals will make it extra special. Just be sure you’re not the shy type!

Boss Orders Gang to Make 25th Anniversary at Capone’s Dinner Show the Cat’s Meow

A new show, opening this spring, will be preceded by 25 days of special contests, discounts and rewards. Capisce? With loads of comedy, action and audience participation, the stage will be set for plenty of swell memories to be made. If you’ve attend the speakeasy before, become a repeat offender, and check out the new show this spring. It is sure to be the cat’s meow – pleasing all ages.

The only stipulation that the Boss has ordered is you must be ‘made’ to win some of the prizes (purchase a ticket or be present). Once inside the joint, get ready for a blast from the past! Be sure to follow Al & ‘the family’ on Facebook (@Caponesdinnershow), or sign up for our newsletter (http://eepurl.com/WJ2Bv) to receive specific details.

About Capone’s Dinner & Show

Capone’s Dinner & Show is located at 4740 W. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway (Hwy. 192), Kissimmee, FL 34746. The dinner theater is open year-round (with the exception of Sun., Feb. 5, 2017). Reservations for nightly shows can be made online and are deeply discounted. Tickets include parking, unlimited dinner buffet, unlimited drinks (including alcoholic beverages), the hilarious show and a chance to win prizes. A limited number of VIP tickets are also offered nightly. Ask about our on-site hotel, Seasons Florida Resort for overnight accommodations. For information and reservations, phone 407-397-2378 or go on-line to www.alcapones.com. Email info@alcapones.com.

Top 6 Orlando Dinner Shows

Pirates Dinner Adventure is one of several Orlando dinner shows.

If you want to experience the best dinner shows in the world, then go to Orlando, Florida. Orlando is home to many award-winning dinner shows that are visited by tourists from all around the world.  If you plan to go to Orlando on vacation, then you probably want to visit the best Orlando dinner shows during your stay. This list of the top 6 dinner shows in Orlando will help you decide on which dinner shows to see during your Orlando vacation.

Treasure Tavern

The first in this list of Orlando dinner shows is Treasure Tavern. This dinner show is located at 6400 Carrier Drive in Orlando, FL and features dancers, acrobats, and comedians. You will be able to enjoy eating delicious Caribbean-style dishes and drinking rum while watching the sexy dancers and acrobats. This show is for adults only.

Pirate’s Dinner Adventure

Pirate’s Dinner Adventure is located in the same venue as Treasure Tavern. Since Treasure Tavern is for adults only, you can take your kids to Pirate’s Dinner Adventure for some pirate fun. This dinner show features exciting live performances, musical entertainment, daring stunts, and a dinner feast that is fit for a pirate king.

Arabian Nights

Kids will surely love the Arabian Nights dinner show. Everyone will enjoy the magical fairy tale, good food, beautiful horses, and daring acrobatics at this Orlando dinner show. This Arabian-themed dinner show is located at 6225 W. Bronson Hwy. in Kissimmee, FL.

Sleuths Mystery Dinner Shows

If you are looking for unique Orlando dinner shows and/or you are a big fan of mystery TV shows and novels, then you must experience the Sleuths Mystery Dinner Shows at 8267 International Drive in Orlando, FL. The “criminals” commit murder during each show and you will need to use your mystery-solving skills to find the killer. Prizes are awarded to those who successfully find the real killer.

Medieval Times

You can also add Medieval Times in your list of entertaining Orlando dinner shows to visit during your stay in Orlando. At Medieval Times, you will be able to enter an impressive medieval castle, eat some tasty medieval-style dishes and be served by medieval-costumed serfs and wenches. You will also be able to watch armored knights as they joust on horseback and engage in one-on-one sword duels. The Medieval Times castle also features a small medieval village with actors posing as blacksmiths, potters, weavers, coppersmith, and other artisans from the Medieval Period. The castle is located at 4510 W. Irlo Bronson Highway in Kissimmee, FL.

Capone’s Dinner & Show

Get ready to step back in time to an era of mobsters and dames! At this Orlando dinner show, Al Capone and his gang rule the joint and run a speakeasy like no other. Capone’s Dinner & Show features an all-you-can-eat dinner buffet filled with Italian and American favorites, full salad bar and a meat carving station with 3 varieties of meat. They have over 15 beverages which are unlimited – even beer, wine and mixed drinks. The singing, dancing and popular gangster shoot out, where you can win prizes is a blast. This dinner show is by far the best value for your money. The theater is located at 4740 W. Hwy. 192 in Kissimmee, FL 34746. Phone 407-397-2378.

Spotlight: Capone’s Dinner and Show

My family and I had a wonderful evening at the Capone’s Dinner and Show Dinner Theater, even our resident teenager, who normally does not want to hang-out with us ‘old folks’.  We arrived a little early, so we took advantage of Al’s Secret Hideaway Bar for a drink before the show.

Capone’s Dinner and Show

Once we were seated at our table, the staff came around and let everyone know when they can go to the buffet.  I really liked this because it avoided huge lines at the buffet, and I really enjoyed the fact that you got to fix your plate before the show began.  Some dinner shows bring your food during the show and that takes away from the show, and you sometimes miss what is being said or done.  The food was great at Capone’s Dinner and Show!  There was a nice variety of items including salad, ham, peppers & sausage, pot roast, vegetables, lasagna, breadsticks and much more.  I think my teenager ate his weight in food, so that was definitely worth the price.

The staff was fabulous, and we did not have to wait for anything, ever.  They have a great selection of drinks that are included with the ticket and are unlimited, including Bud Light Draft, Al’s original Rum Runner, Rum & Cola, wine, soda, tea, and more.  And, let me tell you, they did NOT skimp on the drinks.  I tried Al’s original Rum Runner, and it was tasty, but I decided to stick with my White Zinfandel, and my glass was never empty.  The wait staff was not only entertaining, but very accommodating, and I was glad I brought a designated driver!

About the Show at Capone’s Dinner and Show

The show itself was very entertaining; the performers were very talented and we enjoyed the singing, dancing, and the storyline.  They interacted well with the audience, and everyone had a great time.  Before the show started, we were checking out the other people in the audience and I thought it was interesting that several people were explaining the era of prohibition and gangsters to the youngsters, so they even got a history lesson too.

We were seated at a table with people from Georgia, Ohio, and other parts of Florida, and ages from 7 to I’m guessing around 80, and they all really enjoyed themselves. You can also bring home plenty of souvenirs from the Capone’s Dinner and Show gift shop, including those cool Fedora hats and feather boas.

So, check out the show for yourself – they have a ½ off coupon on their website, and they also have an Easter Special and Mother’s Day Special coming up.  Dinner and a show is a great treat for mom, and she’ll get a flower as well.

Orlando Tourist Tip:  If you go to Al’s Secret Hideaway Bar before the show, you get seated first, therefore, you get to go to the buffet first. Only catch is that everyone in your party must purchase a drink (soft drink, tea or other).

Al and the Gang are Juicing Up the Old Joint

Al and the gang invite your gang to visit for the first time and also extends his hospitality to a great group of regulars.

Capone’s Dinner & Show will be eighteen years old in August and it’s been a great run. Throughout the years they have constantly updated their theater. Back in 2007 Capone’s debuted a sequel to their original show and has been receiving rave reviews. In preparation for the new show, Capone’s purchased a new sound system, new lighting and new presidium and they spiffed up the theater.

Capone’s Dinner & Show is currently in the midst of its largest renovation in its history. The main floor of the theater is mostly finished. Upgrades include a revamped buffet, new tables, chairs and booths, gold faux paint added to the color scheme, new paint, as well as a completely renovated lobby & gift shop with new ‘period’ art work. The old place is looking good! Next project will be renovations to the balcony, which have already started. If you have not been to Capone’s Dinner & Show lately, you have to see the changes!

Capone’s Dinner & Show also upgraded the buffet and drink menu included in the ticket price.  Their claim has been providing the best value of all the Orlando dinner shows. They upgraded to Bud Light draft (only Dinner Show in Orlando to include premium beer), added 3 wine choices to fit every palate and they even offer 3 cocktail choices including Al’s original rum runner, vodka and cranberry and rum & cola (only Orlando dinner show to include cocktails). Their buffet added favorites such as pot roast, fettuccini Alfredo, macaroni & cheese, fresh roast turkey & dressing. A new chef joined the gang at Capone’s and has improved all of the menu items.  Also improved and expanded are the many choices of non alcoholic beverages which include fresh brewed iced tea, cranberry juice, fruit punch, kiddy cocktails, hot tea, coffee and the typical soda choices.

Capone’s is now offering two great deals on their web site50% off all regular price tickets and a bargain getaway starting at $79.99+tax. The Bargain Getaway includes one night at the AAA approved Quality Inn, 2 tickets to Capone’s Dinner & Show and complimentary breakfast. A reasonably priced private car service has been added too. It covers round trip transportation from all the tourism hot spots to Capone’s, including the Quality Inn located on lovely lake Cecile (partner in their bargain getaway deal) to Capone’s Dinner & Show starting at only $10.00 R/T for up to 4 people.

Visit Capone’s Dinner & Show for a fun musical, comedy adventure, set during the prohibition era. The gang at Capone’s loves to banter with their guests and guests often say that’s one of their favorite parts of the show. The show also includes some standup comedy. So what are you waiting for? Grab the gang and head to Capone’s…. your gonna have a blast!

Spotlight: Arabian Nights Dinner Show

EDITOR’S NOTE: We regret to inform our readers that Arabian Nights closed at the end of 2014.

Arabian Nights claims to be “the most honored dinner show in the world” yet there are no testimonials, awards they have won or reviews on their web site. I am not saying that it is not a good show, but I doubt they are the most honored dinner show in the world. I searched for a Facebook page for them and was not able to locate it (in fact I searched for many of Capone’s competitors on Facebook and found none with an official page). Capone’s has an official Facebook page where visitors can post unfiltered remarks about Capone’s Dinner & Show.

Arabian Nights is certainly one of the largest Dinner Shows and overall they have a good reputation for the quality of their show. The story line revolves a young girl who wishes to become a Princess and the two genies that embark with her on the adventure. While this is the story line for the show, really the main attraction is their sixty plus horses (in the video it said eighty plus so not sure which is correct). Acrobatics involving the horses and actors to me is the highlight of the show.

Dinner includes a house salad, rolls, dessert and your choice of entrees. Draft beer and Pepsi products are also included. Entrée choices (pick one) grilled steak, grilled chicken, chopped steak, vegetarian lasagna, pork tenderloin and chicken tenderloins with macaroni & cheese is the only kids choice available. Most of the entrees also include mashed potatoes and vegetables.

If you and your group enjoy a fantastic horse show with talented performers Arabian Nights is a great choice for you. Visit them at www.arabiannights.com for more information on one of Orlando’s longest running dinner shows.