Escape the present and travel back to 1930’s Chicago at Capone’s, a time of gangsters and flapper girls. If you love a good laugh, Italian delicacies, and endless drinks then this two hour family-friendly show is the place for you.
After you and your party get your tickets at the window inside, the entrance to the show is through a secret door that you enter once you say the password. After you enter, you immediately take your group mugshot and are escorted to the bar upstairs. At the bar, you can order anything from a cherry coke to a mixed drink.
From the stage and decor to the mobster waiters and waitresses, you’ll feel like you just traveled back in time to a hidden speakeasy. Be prepared to have your personal mobster, and main characters of the show, pick fun at anything and everything that they can make a joke out of.
Before the show, each table is called on to enter the buffet area. You’ll find salad, pasta and meatballs, lasagna, garlic breadsticks, and hand-carved brisket, and is all you can eat! Just be aware the food is taken away right around the beginning of the show. Drinks are also unlimited, including all alcohol, and your wait(er/ress) will be sure it’s always filled to the brim. Dessert is served around the middle of the show during a short intermission.
The characters in the show run the speakeasy owned by Al Capone himself, but run into some trouble when the cops start scoping out the place. Miss Jewel is the main show runner, and makes it known by organizing each dance number and act. However, things don’t always go as planned. Each and every person gets to play a part in this interactive performance. The twists and turns will definitely keep you on the edge of your seat, if the laughs don’t already.
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If you’re looking for an entertaining night that includes dinner and a show for a good price, Capone’s delivers on all fronts. You also have the option of purchasing merchandise with your mugshot, including a newspaper, keychain, and individual photo prints.
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