Dinner Show Tickets will Increase at Capone’s

The price of dinner show tickets will increase soon at Capone’s Dinner & Show. This smaller dinner attraction near Orlando has not had a price increase since September 2015. Before that, the last price increase happened in 2012. Today, it remains the best dinner show deal around. Even with the price increase, expected to go into effect February 1, 2018, the value-to-ticket-cost remains attractive for families and groups wanting to experience a Kissimmee dinner show.

Keep in mind, Capone’s offers half off ticket sales online or in many local coupon publications. You will not see tickets sold by resellers who mark them up.

Many of the larger theme parks in Orlando raise their ticket prices every year. The smaller attractions do so every once-in-a-while, usually to help cover the cost of higher operating expenses. In the last two years, we’ve seen food prices jump, gas prices fluctuate in a way nobody can predict, energy prices and taxes keep going up as well. Running a business with these variables can be challenging. The wise guys at Capone’s have done a great job and will continue to offer the best deal at a price that’s hard to refuse.

Any tickets bought before January 15, 2018, will be sold at the old/current price. On February 1, expect the general ticket price for adults to increase by $4, from the current price of $65.99 to $69.99*. Children 4 to 12 years of age will see dinner show tickets go from $41.99 to $45.99*. With the 50% off deal, this makes the ticket prices $34.99* and $22.99* respectively. Group tickets are still the way to go if you have 15 or more adults in your party. These tickets can start as low as $30.99* each. Group reservations must be called in to get the best deal. The phone number is 407-397-2378.

Dinner Show Tickets to increase in price

Want to save money? Purchase your tickets now! You can use the dinner show tickets for reservations up to several weeks from now and get the current rate! If you have an evening already set aside to see an Orlando dinner show, go ahead and purchase tickets now. The earlier you make your reservation, the better seats you get. You can change your date by calling in 24 hours before your reservation, however, you may lose your great seats by rescheduling. Also, you may have to pay the cost difference from the old price to the new price, if you have to reschedule after February 1st. Don’t know your date yet? Pick a date that is close to when you plan to visit the Orlando area. Just don’t forget to reschedule if your date doesn’t work out.  Tickets are non-refundable, so reschedule as quickly as you can.

Dinner Show Tickets Still the Best Value

Capone’s Dinner & Show remains the best Orlando dinner show when it comes to value. You will not have to pay to park as some other shows require. Your ticket includes a delicious buffet, which includes a meat carving station and salad bar. The beverages are unlimited. You can read testimonial after testimonial of the wait staff keeping the glasses filled. Beverages include draft beer, wine, and other alcoholic drinks. See the complete menu and drink list on the web.

Other Orlando attractions and dinner shows may raise their prices without warning, however, not Capone’s Dinner & Show. Big Al wants to…

“be square and let all yous know ‘bout this upcomin’ squeeze so as to not chisel any family member attendin’ my drum.”

As advice you shouldn’t refuse, unless facing serious consequences (as in a ticket price increase), you need to get your tickets before February and save!!

* Tax and gratuity not included in these totals.
For parties of 10 or more there will be a partial gratuity collected at check-in.

Read the 1920’s slang dictionary to better understand Al’s message/dialect. It’s fun to read prior to attending the show too!

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No NYE Plans? Capone’s New Year’s Eve Tickets Available!

New Year’s Eve Tickets Still Available!

New Year’s Eve Tickets still available
Big Al here. Yous guys that don’t have plans for New Years Eve…have no fear. Yous can join me and my gang here at Capone’s Dinner & Show. New Year’s Eve tickets are still available. We’ve got a good time planned to ring in the New Year at our New Years Eve Gala at 9:00 p.m. on December 31, 2017. Why not share this special evening with “the Family?”

If yous jus’ want a special evening out with that special person in your life, we’ve got a section in our joint that offers seating for “shy” folks. It’s a little more private, yet you’ll still have a great view of the stage (and those gorgeous dancers). Thinkin’ ‘bout popping the question? Let us know!* We can arrange this momentous occasion to be a special affair. Many happy couples have shared their proposal with the gang here at our Orlando dinner show. Get your New Year’s Eve tickets now. It will be a night to remember, that’s for sure!

On the other hand, do you have a rowdy gang? We’ve got seating jus’ for yous too! Get involved with the show and have a blast! Our gangsters can party with the best of ya’s, so get your New Year’s Eve tickets and join us! While you’re gettin’ your New Year’s Eve tickets, don’t forget to pick up a boa for the ladies and a fedora for the gents. Dress up for the affair 30’s style with our “dress the part” costume accessories. We’ve got something for everyone at a price that won’t break the bank.

New Year’s Eve Tickets Include:

For our New Year’s Eve Gala, we’ve got a “special shipment” coming in with some of the finest spirits offered at any Orlando dinner show! In fact, there are a lot of special plans being made for New Year’s Eve. At the gala show, you’ll enjoy:

  • Delicious dinner buffet
  • Unlimited beverage choices
  • Champagne toast at midnight
  • Snack bar starting at midnight
  • D. J.
  • Dancing
  • Party favors

New Year’s Eve Tickets for our Gala are $69.99 (plus tax) for adults and $39.99 (plus tax) for children. Coupons are not honored for this event. VIP tickets (if still available) are $84.99/adult and $59.99/child.

In addition to the late gala, if yous don’t want to stay up to ring in the new year, yous can join me and my wise guys for the early show startin’ at 5:00 p.m. This dinner show is perfect for gangs that want to count down to midnight at home or somewheres else. We offer a lot of the festivities at the early show and yous can use my coupon and get into my joint at half price!

Regardless of where you and your family celebrate the arrival of the New Year, me and my gang want to wish you a very happy New Year. Designate a driver or take a cab if you’ll be enjoying libations. Those coppers will have their hands full with the goons that refuse my good advice. Join me and let’s toast at midnight to have a safe and most prosperous 2017!

2017 Marked Our 25th Anniversary!

We’ve been celebrating our 25th Anniversary all year long. The gang is havin’ so much fun, we’re gonna continue into 2018 for a few months. Be sure to sign up for our newsletter to be eligible to win prizes. It’s going to be another GREAT year of celebration.

25th Anniversary at Capone's Dinner & Show

*The staff at Capone’s Dinner & Show enjoy helping to celebrate special occasions, such as marriage proposals. You must notify our staff at the time you purchase your tickets and make your reservation. A follow-up phone call is also recommended. Any additional plans must be made with plenty of notice; no last-minute plans, please. Our staff will gladly participate in approved variances of our show in order to make your special proposal as extraordinary as it can be.

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Merry Christmas from Capone’s Dinner & Show

Female gangster in a Christmas setting

The gang at Capone’s Dinner & Show wants to wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas! We hope you are enjoying the holiday with loved ones. After all the presents are unwrapped, gather up your gang and spend the evening with “the family” here at Capone’s Dinner & Show! Tickets are half price, and the gang is in full force ready to entertain!

Al has a special gift for you on Christmas Day just for coming to the show. It is “the family” gathering you’ll want to attend on Christmas Day! You’re gonna have a blast!

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Fun Christmas Facts – Yule Find Handy

Fun Christmas facts are something most people may not be interested in this time of year. You have so much on your plate, why be bothered with a bunch of holiday trivia? However, Al & the gang at Capone’s have witnessed a few mugs that could have used a little knowledge when hanging around certain crowds.

Fun Christmas Facts

Holiday parties are very popular this time of year as businesses celebrate another year’s end. Families and friends also gather to visit and exchange gifts. Meals are consumed and toasts are made. Then what?

If you are at an office party, you might meander trying to strike up a conversation with the co-worker from down the hall. At a family reunion, you might sit next to an uncle you just never have anything to talk to about. Did you ever wish you could just blurt out something to get the conversation going?

Here are some fun Christmas facts that you may or may not know. If you remember a few, you can always strike up a conversation using one of these facts. Who knows, you might even impress the boss or that uncle!

Remember, one of the fun Christmas facts is that Capone’s Dinner & Show is a great place to have your office party. It is also a great place for friends and families to gather for reunions. Since we’ll be doing all of the entertaining, you won’t get stuck trying to keep the conversation going. You also won’t get stuck doing the dishes!!

Fun Christmas Facts:

  • Electric tree lights were invented by Edward Johnson in the US in 1882.
  • The bestselling Christmas single ever is Bing Crosby’s White Christmas, shifting over 50million copies worldwide since 1942.
  • In 1999, residents of the state of Maine in America built the world’s biggest ever snowman. He stood at 113ft tall.
  • James Pierpont’s 1857 song Jingle Bells was first called One Horse Open Sleigh and was written for Thanksgiving.
  • The world’s tallest Xmas tree at 221ft high was erected in a Washington shopping mall in 1950.
  • The word Noel derives from the French expression “les bonnes nouvelles” or “the good news.”
  • US scientists calculated that Santa would have to visit 822 homes a second to deliver all the world’s presents on Christmas Eve, traveling at 650 miles a second.
  • The first decorated Christmas tree was in Riga, Latvia in 1510.
  • When Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol, people did not know what Christmas trees were, so he had to explain it.
  • There are two competing claims as to which president was the first to place a Christmas tree in the White House. Some scholars say President Franklin Pierce did in 1856; others say President Benjamin Harrison brought in the first tree in 1889. President Coolidge started the White House lighting ceremony in 1923.
  • Teddy Roosevelt banned the Christmas tree from the White House for environmental reasons.
  • The official Christmas tree tradition at Rockefeller Center began in 1933. Since 2004 the tree has been topped with a 550-pound Swarovski Crystal star. And since 2007, the tree has been lit with 30,000 energy-efficient LED’s which are powered by solar panels.

More Fun Facts:

  • 98 percent of all Christmas trees are grown on farms, while only 2% are cut from the wild.
  • 10.9 million artificial trees were purchased in the United States in 2012.
  • In 1962, the first Christmas postage stamp was issued in the United States.
  • Alabama was the first state in the United States to officially recognize Christmas in 1836. Oklahoma was the last U.S. state to declare Christmas a legal holiday, in 1907.
  • There are two islands named Christmas.  Christmas Island (formerly Kiritimati) in the Pacific Ocean and Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean.
  • There are 3 towns in the US that are named Santa Claus. One in Georgia, one in Arizona and one in Indiana.
  • Each year more than 3 billion Christmas cards are sent in the U.S. alone.
  • Christmas purchases account for 1/6 of all retail sales in the U.S.
  • All the gifts in the Twelve Days of Christmas would equal 364 gifts.
  • The tradition of naughty children getting a lump of coal in their stocking comes from Italy.
  • Gary Dahl from California sold 5 million Pet Rocks in the USA in the Christmas season of 1975.
  • The Slinky was the most popular toy sold in Britain at Christmas 1953.

So there you have it. Some fun Christmas facts to help strike up an interesting conversation! Just be sure to tell everyone that the wise guys at Capone’s Dinner & Show are the ones that have shared these facts with you. We hope it makes your holidays a little wiser!

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Orlando Dinner Shows New Year’s Eve Parties

In the past, Orlando Dinner Shows New Year’s Eve parties have offered smaller crowds and a lot of fun. While theme parks are an exciting way to ring in the New Year, many tourists and local residents will select a smaller venue to celebrate at. However, this year, there is only one local dinner show offering a specific NYE party. You guessed it – Capone’s Dinner & Show!

Orlando Dinner Shows New Year's Eve

For many people, theme parks are not enjoyable when the crowds get as large as they do on New Year’s Eve. You pretty much have to spend the entire day at the park, getting there as early as possible. If you prefer to dine out on New Year’s Eve and do something special, why not attend an Orlando Dinner Shows New Year’s Eve show?

Best of the Orlando Dinner Shows New Years Eve Shows

The best Orlando Dinner Shows New Year’s Eve to celebrate at is Capone’s Dinner & Show. If you like the idea of making it an early night, attend the 5:00 p.m. show. Tickets can be purchased online at half price or by using the couponTake the entire family and have a blast!

The 9:00 p.m. New Year’s Eve Gala at Capone’s Dinner & Show is sure to be special. In fact, tickets for the main floor VIP section usually sell out quickly, with the VIP balcony seating a popular choice as well. Call 407-397-2378 or order your tickets online. There are plenty of tickets still available, but you shouldn’t wait until the last minute to make your reservations. This fun show is a popular tradition and is attended regularly on New Year’s Eve. Coupons and half-price tickets are NOT available for the New Year’s Eve Gala. Tickets are still very affordable.

Orlando Dinner Shows New Year's Eve party Capone's Gala

Here are the details for the New Year’s Eve Gala:
  • $69.99 adults (VIP upgrade = $84.99)
  • $49.99 kids 12 & under (no free seats for children 3 and under; VIP upgrade = $59.99)
  • Sumptuous dinner buffet
  • Unlimited beverage choices included with regular menu until the show ends
  • Champagne toast at midnight
  • Snack bar starting at midnight
  • D.J.
  • Dancing
  • New Year’s Eve Party favors to ring in 2018 with a real bang

This party is a blast. Combine your ticket with a “dress-the-part” costume and your ‘selfies’ and group photos are sure to be liked. Share them on Facebook! These accessories complement your NYE wardrobe – a fedora, boa or flapper headband. Other accessories can be picked up in the gift shop on your way in to see the show, however, if you order them with your tickets and enter the promo code “Outfit” you’ll save 10%!

Other Orlando Dinner Shows New Year’s Eve Shows?

In addition to Capone’s, other Orlando dinner show New Year’s Eve parties to consider include Medieval Times. The 9:30 p.m. general admission show costs $79.95 for adults and $39.95 for children (12 & under). It includes hors d’oeuvres, admission to the Museum of Torture, the 2-hour show and four-course feast. It does not appear to be offering anything out of the ordinary for NYE as it has in years past. Medieval Times is located at 4510 W.(192) Irlo Bronson Hwy., Kissimmee, FL 34742.

Unfortunately, Pirates Dinner Adventure, as well as Treasure Tavern, remain closed at this time due to Hurricane Irma. In the past, they have offered great parties for New Year’s Eve. Not this year.

Sleuth’s Mystery Dinner Show, as well as The Outta Control Magic-Comedy Dinner Show, will have their normal shows early on New Year’s Eve. However, nothing special is planned. With plenty of places on I-Drive, you’ll find somewhere to ring in the New Year. See the show early, then make plans out or celebrate at home or in your hotel’s bar.

Best Bet

In closing, if you like large crowds and an all-day affair, get tickets to an Orlando theme park. To celebrate in a smaller venue, which also requires a little less time and money (yet still extremely enjoyable), attend an Orlando dinner show New Year’s Eve party. Capone’s is your one sure bet.

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