My obvious choice for dinner shows in the Orlando area is Capone’s Dinner & Show. Capone’s has been my baby since 1992. Me and my management team have provided a guest experience in tune with the times. A lot has changed in that time. Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede came and went as did Tony and Tina’s Wedding. Many other concepts have come and gone. Why does Capone’s Dinner and Show mange to remain relevant in a market that so many have failed, including a concept in Orlando that copied our Speakeasy concept? The single largest reason is our base of repeat business and referrals.
Capone’s has prospered through good times and bad. In 2008 we had ourselves shopped numerous times to help determine areas of weakness and found our food hit and miss. So we hired a new chef with a strong background in Italian cuisine. We also made many upgrades to our facility and did many renovations over the past two years. The theatre looks great plus we added new light and sound systems.
The show is really funny and guest comments have called it a hit. We opened the sequel to the original show in 2007 and while main characters Miss Jewel, Bunny-June, Fingers Salvotorio all return. We have added hysterical new characters including Buggs Moran, Honey & Sunny. There’s a good bit of back and forth between characters, mobsters and our guests. Flashy new costumes and a totally different note than the original. With out giving up too much I’ll just say you’ll be laughing and singing on the ride home.