Capone’s Idea of March Madness

The gang at Capone’s has gone mad! It’s March Madness, but instead of a bracket, here’s the racket… Adult tickets are 50% off PLUS an additional $2 off (with promo code)! Take advantage of this state of mind before they come to their senses. Free parking, admission into a speakeasy, a 4-course meal, unlimited beverages (including alcohol), a cabaret show, and a prize giveaway (free throw), all for $32.99* per adult! Hang on to your fedoras, things are about to get a little mad! A night out at this joint is just what some of us need.

To score this offer of 50% Off – $2 per adult ticket, enter promo code MMAD at the checkout.

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The pandemic has created a lot of madness. It was just last year in mid-March things were shutting down. Stay at home! Wash your hands! Wear a mask! “Social distancing” became an everyday term. It was the start of a new type of madness for us. Protests, riots, heated elections, and other maddening things are happening all around us. News flash… maddening things have been going on throughout history.

Capone's March Madness

Other Historical March Madness

Here are just a few of the interesting historical events that have taken place in the month of March:

  • March 5, 1770 – The Boston Massacre occurred.
  • March 6, 1836 – Fort Alamo fell to Mexican troops.
  • March 10, 1862 – $5, $10 and $20 bills began circulation in the U.S. Mad cash, anyone?
  • March 5, 1868 – The attempt to impeach President Andrew Johnson failed by just one vote.
  • March 11, 1918 – Spanish influenza first reached America.
  • March 1, 1932 – The 20-month-old son of Charles A. Lindbergh was kidnapped.
  • March 30, 1981 – President Ronald Reagan was shot.
  • March 24, 1989 – The oil tanker Exxon Valdez ran aground.
  • March 19, 2003 – The U. S. launched an attack against Iraq to topple Saddam Hussein from power.

One More Historical Example

Additionally, let’s take a look back at March 1933. Newly elected president, Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an act permitting the manufacturing and sale of low-alcohol beer and wines. Later that year the 18th Amendment was repealed. Prohibition was over.

March Madness ends with Roosevelt signing act

If you’d like to experience what was going on prior to this date in history, step back in time and make reservations at Capone’s Dinner & Show. Get into the prohibition era and count down to a little March Madness of your own. Don’t sit on the bench! This offer expires on March 31, 2021.

Bring the Entire Team

Groups are welcome at Al’s joint. Sweet sixteen? No problem. The wise guys and gals can accommodate large parties. Not ready for that? Bring your starting five, or maybe a final four, or a championship of two. The gang will seat you at your own table.** Then let the madness begin.

Finally, check your attitude at the door (wise guys will be refereeing and don’t want you to be foul), say the secret password, and enter a new type of madness this March. One that will have you singin’ a song, tappin’ your feet, and lettin’ the madness of the outside world march on! It’s a slam dunk you don’t want to miss. This special deal is an offer you can’t refuse!

*plus tax & gratuity. Valid through March 31, 2021. New reservations only.

 

**Mid-march Update: On busy nights, parties may now be sharing a long table with other groups of people. If this lack of spacing is of concern to you, please notify us at the time of your reservation. Request a private table (near the back). We will attempt to space guests as much as possible. We are thankful for the return of guests. Thank you for your patience as we begin this transition to normalcy. 

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