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Irish Mobsters Deserve Some Fun!

Sparkling four leaf cloverThis St. Patrick’s Day people all over the Central Florida area will be celebrating their Irish heritage. Even if they’re not Irish, they’ll celebrate. St. Patrick’s Day is a great opportunity (or should I say, excuse?) to party, celebrate and have fun, even if you don’t particularly look great in green!

There is quite a bit of history about Irish mobsters and gangs since the Irish Mob is one of the oldest organized crime groups in the United States. Of course, Al Capone and his Italian counterparts usually come to mind when popularizing the prohibition era. Irish gang members from that time consisted of “Big” Bill Dwyer (New York’s leading bootlegger during the early years of Prohibition), Owney “The Killer” Madden, Frank Costello, Jack “Legs” Diamond, “Little” Augie Pisano, Charles “Vannie” Higgins and the renegade mobster Vincent “Mad Dog” Coll. Aren’t their names fun to say out loud? Although initially successful in keeping their Italian rivals at bay, unstable leadership and fighting within their own gang proved their downfall. Too bad they couldn’t find other ways to have fun.

Irish or not, mobster or not; if you’re looking for a fun way to spend St. Patrick’s Day in Orlando, why not join Al and his gang for dinner and a show? At Capone’s holidays are always special, and St. Patrick’s Day is no exception. Capone’s dames and wise guys are VERY Irish friendly – how could they not be? They’ll save you a lot of ‘green’ at only $26.99 per adult ticket (with coupon or online). Talk about a pot of gold! This is a fabulous deal; it includes the show, dinner buffet, unlimited drinks (including alcohol), a dessert and an evening of fun and laughter.

Mobsters of all ages enjoy this Orlando dinner show and you will too. Can’t find a four leaf clover? Well, you’re still in luck, because Capone’s will make you feel like the luckiest Irish mobster of all. Have fun!

May your blessings outnumber the shamrocks that grow,
And may trouble avoid you wherever you go.
~Irish Blessing