Spotlight: Treasure Tavern

 

Although we’d rather have visitors choose Capone’s Dinner & Show over any other dinner theater, many guests attend multiple shows during their vacation. Therefore, we’d like to provide our ‘review’ of the other shows in the area. In this post we spotlight the Treasure Tavern Dinner Show.

Orlando Dinner Show Review

Treasure Tavern is one of Orlando’s newer dinner shows, having opened in 2010. Located within the Pirate’s Dinner Adventure complex, this 2-hour show is very entertaining. One of the things different about this show is that it is ‘adults only.’  It’s a nice break from all the kid-oriented Central Florida attractions, theme parks and shows. The talented staff is wonderful, and the improv comedy is hilarious with a lot of sexual innuendos, without being overly crude or vulgar. There are several sketches that bring audience members on stage, as well as ones that simply use an idea the audience throws out. The audience participation is great, and the performers really know how to interact with the crowd. Definitely not a place to go when you want to spend a lot of time talking to the people you’re with, it’s an interactive show, not a quiet dinner. The comedy sketches occur during non-eating times, and the other performers come out with the food, which is a very good set-up. While the only break from any performance comes with the main course, it’s not difficult to both eat and enjoy what is happening on stage.

The show itself is Broadway-style live entertainment including the Rum Girls cabaret, Acrobats, contortionists, and magic acts. The show’s entertainment rotates based on seasonal availability of entertainment acts. This is great because you can go back again and again and the show will be different each time.

The menu is a 3-course meal consisting of a nice garden salad, beef tenderloin (and other options you may upgrade to for an additional fee) with choice of loaded baked or mashed potato, and asparagus with hollandaise sauce. Ala carte appetizers are available also. Opera cake is served for dessert. There are vegetarian options available as well. Drinks are not free and unlimited like other dinner shows; only one rum punch and water is included in the price. The drinks are high-priced, like most of the Orlando attractions; however, having to pay for drinks is no reason not to attend. Just know this ahead of time and be prepared.

If you are only planning to go to one Orlando dinner show, Capone’s Dinner & Show has a much better dinner selection. Not only is Capone’s very entertaining for all ages, but we have a delicious, unlimited buffet.  The buffet consists of American and Italian favorites such as lasagna, pizza, create-your-own-pasta-dish, a meat carving station, salad bar, and much more!

The show at Treasure Tavern runs nightly Tuesday thru Saturday. It is located at the Pirates Dinner Theater (2 separate shows; 3 if you count the Three Musketeers Show), so be sure to walk around to the correct entrance.  They also offer the option of dinner and show or no dinner. So, you could even catch both shows, and not have to have 2 dinners.  Dress is smart casual, no shorts or tank tops.  Check their website for Florida resident specials, if you’re a Floridian. They also have a birthday special where the birthday person gets in free with a full-paying guest. They offer group specials for parties 10 or more and private shows and a private reception area is available as well. It’s a great adult evening out!

*Current Regular Prices:
Dinner & Show
– $65.95; VIP Option – $90.95  Show only – $36.95
*Plus tax and gratuity & $5 parking
Address:
6400 Carrier Dr., Orlando, FL 32819
Phone
:  (877) 318-2469

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