Happy Father’s Day from Al & the Gang at Capone’s Dinner & Show!

Happy Father's Day from Al & the Gang!

 

Bring Dad and the rest of your gang to see the show at Capone’s Dinner & Show! On Father’s Day every paying guest receives a gift from Al and the gang. Read more… This family-friendly dinner show is a great way to spend an evening with fathers of all ages. Hope your day is special, Dad.

Perfect Night for Father’s Day: Capone’s Dinner & Show

After a day of golfing, fishing, or doing anything else a dad enjoys, this is a perfect night for Father’s Day. Attending Capone’s Dinner & Show is a fun way to finish a Father’s Day spent in the Orlando area. Dad and his entire gang will enjoy the dinner and show. Be sure to get your tickets early – Father’s Day is popular around this joint!

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No Cooking on a Perfect Night for Father’s Day

Even if dad is the Grill Master, Master Chef, Grand Pooh-Bah of the Stove, Killer of the Kitchen… why make him do the grilling and cooking? Our chefs have put out a spread fit for any godfather! It’s all-you-can-eat and drink, so no one goes home hungry (or thirsty). There’s something on the menu everyone in the family will enjoy!

New Show is a Hit!

Perfect Night for Father’s DayDad will also enjoy the comedy and action within the new show. Our dames and mobsters are quite funny, and those dancers sure are easy on the eyes! Our looney bunch of gangsters and dames are at it again in the all-new 25th anniversary show! With more audience interaction than ever before, this prohibition era speakeasy will have you laughing so hard the dice will roll right out of your pocket!

Bring Dad to Capone’s Dinner & Show this Father’s Day (June 18, 2017) and your gang (every paying guest) receives a shot glass for FREE! The little tots (excluding infants) will receive a fun fedora! Click here to read about this special offer. Adults cost only $32.99 and children ages 4-12 will cost $20.99 (using this coupon). So you see, dinner out with Dad will also get him a special collectible gift! How great is that?

For the Spiffy Gent & Dame

Be sure to stop in the gift shop and pick up fedoras or boas for everyone in your group. It’s a stylish way to celebrate. Take advantage of the photo op with Dad and your family all spiffied up! Need more reasons to celebrate at Capone’s? Read them all in our article of 25 reasons guests love our speakeasy.

See you on Father’s Day!

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May’s Grand Prize Winner at Capone’s Dinner & Show

Al and the gang wish to congratulate Alex Luchen for being May’s Grand Prize Winner at Capone’s Dinner & Show Thursday, May 25th. During our “25 Years of Memories” anniversary celebration we’ll be giving some lucky stiff a grand prize on the 25th day of each month. Next month it could be you! The next grand prize will be awarded on Sunday, June 25, 2017.

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Alex, a.k.a. Hairs Malonz (now that he is a ‘made’ man) came all the way from Olathe, Kansas just to see the show! Imagine that. What a dedicated family member! Knowing Olathe is home to Garmin headquarters, it’s no wonder Hairs Malonz found his way to our speakeasy. With our location being near all of the Orlando tourist hot spots, our joint is easy to navigate to.

Hairs Malonz has only attend our speakeasy once, so the wise guys and gals knew they had to make a great first impression. Boy did they ever! Yous sees, this mob (see photo below) had straight hair when they arrived, but laughed themselves into a full head of curls. Why else would he earn the gangster name of “Hairs Malonz?!”

May's Grand Prize Winner

“Hairs Malonz” was the big winner of May’s anniversary prize, seen here with one of his gals holding the prize.

May’s Grand Prize Winner Experience

Hairs Malonz’s favorite part of the show was the singin’ and the dancin’. Those beautiful dames sure can cut a rug. Our new show features some great choreography and dance moves that will knock your socks off. Many musical numbers have remained in our new show, but we’ve revived some old favorites and incorporated new tunes too. Yous should see the new show for yourself.

The least favorite part of Hairs Malonz’s experience didn’t have nothin’ to do with the new show, but everything to do with his fellow guests. Seems some of them couldn’t keep their yappers closed and were talking too much during the performance. While we do have a lot of interaction between our cast and guests, this ain’t no hash house. The chopper squad strongly advises being considerate of others. Keep in mind that cement shoes come custom-fit.

The Grand Prize

May’s grand prize winner prize was 2 admissions to Universal Studios, 2 tickets to Capone’s Dinner & Show, plus $100! You’d think he would use the “C” note to get the curls outta his hair. But knowin’ this high-hat, he’ll probably waste his prize on paying for part of his vacation. At least the extra tickets will come in useful. It’s always a blast to be a repeat offender. Going to Universal isn’t too bad either, and going with free tickets is even better. What a fun thing to do in Orlando!

Speaking of fun things to do, Hairs Malonz discovered our joint by seeing an ad in a coupon book. Those magazines are great for tourists and locals. These magazines contain information about attractions, restaurants and shopping. These coupons save our guests 50% off tickets, plus more. Our coupons include a special code that allows an additional discount or prize when purchasing tickets online. Pick up a copy, look for our ad and find some great bargains.

Again, we’d like to congratulate May’s grand prize winner, Alex Luchen. Capone’s Dinner & Show hopes that the evening’s experience was the cat’s meow and will be a great memory for years to come.


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Memorial Day Weekend Plans – Fun in the Orlando Area

What are your Memorial Day weekend plans? If you’re looking for something fun to do, here are some suggestions from the gang.

Happy Memorial Day! Memorial Day Weekend Plans

Memorial Day weekend marks the beginning of summer for many Floridians. What are your plans? Chances are, they include a dip in the water – the pool, the ocean or at one of our many great Orlando water parks. You may even be planning a barbecue. If you’re looking for something fun for the entire family or group of friends, make your reservations to attend Capone’s Dinner & Show. We’ve got a great show ready for you this Memorial Day weekend.

Memorial Day Weekend Plans for the Beach

Florida's BeachesIf you’re plans include the beach, please follow the driving rules. As you approach the beach entry, turn on your lights and keep them on at all times while driving on the beach. The driver side window needs to be rolled down and music kept at a minimum. Depending upon where you enter the driving beaches, there could be one-way driving, so pay attention to the direction you are to drive in. There is also NO TEXTING while driving on the beach. There are also several no-parking zones in Daytona Beach Shores and in New Smyrna Beach. Ask the attendant at the beach entry if you are uncertain of any local laws. As always, swim near a lifeguard tower. There are often threats of rip currents. Know how to swim out of one. Be on the lookout for sharks as well. NSB is the shark bite capitol for a reason.

Orlando Water Parks

Orlando’s water parks are sure to see huge crowds this weekend. Because Wet ‘n Wild is no longer open, and the newly anticipated Volcano Bay at Universal will be packed (first weekend open), the other water parks are sure to see high attendance. For information about all of the many options for Orlando area water parks, view our Water Park Attractions listing.

Cooking Out

Do your Memorial Day weekend plans include a barbecue? Here are some safety tips from the wise guys:

  1. Fire: Control and watch it at all times and be ready to extinguish it. Know how to treat burns.
  2. Food Safety: Bacteria will multiply on food from the time it comes out of the fridge, until it reaches 165 degrees F. After serving, get the left-overs back into the refrigerator. You’re more likely to get food poisoning that the flu. Not fun.
  3. Instructions: Grills, gas or charcoal, and smokers all have very specific ranges of operation. Know these before you light up.
  4. Location: Keep a minimum distance from your house, garage, trees, patio and play areas. Fires and smoke don’t mix well with these items.
  5. Gas Safety: Inspect your gas grill for problems. Bugs and other critters can climb into little places causing gas to flow where it shouldn’t. At the first sign of problems turn off your control valves, turn off the fuel tank, and disconnect everything.
  6. Charcoal Safety: The number one problem with charcoal grill is lighting the charcoal.  Lighter fluid turns to a heavy gas at a relatively low temperature and should be avoided if possible.
  7. Grease: Grease that collects in your grill builds up over time. You need to keep your grill clean.
  8. Cancer: Cooking (by any method) of meats (particularly red meat and chicken) at very high temperatures until surface charring occurs can cause cancer causing substances (Heterocyclic Amines (HCA)) to form.  To minimize the risk use marinades, do not over cook foods and keep grill temperatures under 600 degrees
  9. Smoke: Smoke from your grill or smoker contains carbon monoxide and other dangerous substances. Enjoy the smell from a distance.
  10. Alcohol:  Grilling and smoking require some clear thinking, so keep a clear head and save that drink for after the fire is out and someone else is dealing with the dishes.

Dining In – Orlando Dinner Show

Cooking out sounds like a lot of work to me, so why not skip the BBQ and head over to Capone’s Dinner & Show for a great meal and fun entertainment. Our buffet is all-you-can-eat and our wait staff will make sure the drinks keep coming. Take a cab back to your home or motel and send out all the text messages you want! Order your tickets online now and get them at half price!

Finally, whatever your Memorial Day weekend plans, Capone’s Dinner and Show would like to take this opportunity to remember all who gave their lives in service to our nation. We also want to thank all of our veterans and active-duty soldiers for their service. We appreciate the sacrifices you and your family have made for our freedom. Be sure to take advantage of our military discount.

After your day of activities, we’d like to invite you to an evening of fun and dining at our Orlando dinner show. Our theater is air conditioned and we serve up a great dinner buffet and unlimited drink supply. Happy Memorial Day everyone!

We cherish too, the Poppy red
That grows on fields where valor led,
It seems to signal to the skies
That blood of heroes never dies.
by Moina Michael

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Favorites Revived in New Show at Capone’s

The new show at Capone’s is reviving some old guest favorites. When something is liked, it is nice to see it come around again. Unlike sweater vests, hair metal bands, velour tracksuits or mullet hair cuts, some things are pleasing to experience again. Such is the case with some of the ‘new’ features in Capone’s anniversary show.

More Audience Participation

Audience participation has always played a large role in the show. It is definitely a guest favorite. However, now there is more audience participation than ever before. Guests participate from the very beginning when they must say a secret password to enter the speakeasy. From that time on, until the evening’s end, participation escalates throughout the new show at Capone’s. Guests that welcome participation, seem to have the best experience of all.

In previous shows, mostly men from the audience were selected to ‘help out’ on stage. Now men, women and even children (seasonal) participate. While the cast has always handled nearly every situation with complete professionalism, their talent in this area is utilized now more than ever. Men and women are somewhat predictable, but kids? They do and say the darnedest things… and you can bet the wise guys and gals are prepared for it!

New Show at Capone’s Revives Old Song Favorite

Even some of the musical numbers have been revived from past shows. For example, check out the photo below from the early 1990’s. It features dancers performing the old “Cell Block Tango.” It has been revived from the very first show ever performed at this Orlando dinner show. Now this guest favorite is featured all over again in the new show at Capone’s. Wait until you see the new version!

New Show at Capone’s features old hit

“Cell Block Tango” is revived from this early 1990’s hit.

Repeat offenders (returning guests) know several of the songs that are performed nightly. Often songs get stuck in your noodle after attending the new show at Capone’s. Check out this recent guest comment:

“Happy Mother’s Day!! My seven-year-old has been entertaining me all day with endless choruses of ‘fuh-get about it!!’ ‘get atta here!!’ and of course her favorite, ‘I like-a yo’ spicy meatballs!!!’ Thank you so much [C. Y.] for inviting us [to Capone’s Dinner & Show]! We had the time of our lives.”
– L. Briggs, May 14, 2017

Return to ‘the family’ and Visit Capone’s Again

If you’ve already experienced Capone’s Dinner & Show any time over the past 25 years, it’s worth another visit. Many things come and go, and trends have a way of making their way around again. Wear your velour tracksuit if you must, but return home to ‘the family’ and see the new show at Capone’s. We promise, it will be very difficult to… “fuhget about it!”

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