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    I know Ive asked this one before but things change and I was wondering what dinner shows we've all tried?

    Has anyone been to capones ? how about pirates?

    Is arabian nights worth the money?



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    I can't really help as we don't tend to go to dinner shows, but I'm sure someone will be able to help you soon.









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    I have been to many dinner shows. Most of them long gone

    How ever Medieval times Arabian Nights are the two that have been around the longest (i believe)

    Both shows are horse based shows. Its been 20 yrs since i went to Medieval Times

    and 2 yrs for Arabian Nights which was the Christmas show THe food was edible

    not great and the shows were very entertaining . The worst show was the Pirates show

    You need to know you ticket dosnt include the tip for your waiter and they expect to get it

    One of the best shows was the Comedy Magic show at Wonder Works it was $20. for

    all you can eat pizza and salad Small and interment setting. There fun to see but dont

    expect a brodway show and a grommet meal

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    Only been to Medieval Times and that was years ago. It was ok, but I so don't like eating with my hands, especially in a venue where dust is flying through the air from horses pounding over a soft ground.






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    I've been to Capones. It was fun. Food was a buffet and ok. They typically have a BOGO free coupon the coupon books

    I have not been to Arabian Knights. I'm allergic to horses :-( and can't be inside with them.

    We did the magic show at Wonder Works. I had a great time there but I think that may have been due to the wine lol.

    We've done the Pirates one. We had free tickets and it was ok.

    I've only been to Medieval Times in CA. Kids seem to love it







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