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Holiday Show Begins Thanksgiving Day at Capone’s

On Thanksgiving Day Capone’s Dinner & Show opens its spectacular holiday show with songs of the season, festive holiday décor and elaborate costumes. For many families vacationing in Orlando, Capone’s has become a tradition. After all, the dinner show has been pleasing audiences for over 25 years! Adding new features and updated scripts, keep the show fresh and fun. Not to mention the audience interaction, which is never the same two nights in a row!

To add even more holiday cheer, a Gangster Shootout was incorporated into the seasonal show four years ago with much success. It’s full of action! Be ready to “catch a bullet” and win prizes. The gang at Capone’s has really stepped it up with even more prizes during the holidays and a script that will keep your gang on their feet. It’s a raucous-fun time for all ages.

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Thanksgiving Night – 7:30 p.m.

Half-Price Tickets

The menu during the holiday show at Capone’s includes a delicious buffet filled with traditional favorites, such as smoked turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy and more. A separate meat carving station also serves up hot, freshly prepared London Broil Steak and Herb & Cheese-stuffed Roasted Pork Tenderloin and scrumptious ham. Paired with a Soup & Salad Bar and a create-your-own Pasta Bar, your meal will truly be a feast! By the way, drinks are unlimited (including alcoholic beverages) and dessert is included too!

Carved Turkey served during holiday show

Tickets to the holiday show at full price (who pays full price though?!) are $69.99 plus tax per adult and $45.99 plus tax for children ages 4-12. Infants up to 3 years of age are free, however, they do require a ticket for seating purposes. If you purchase your tickets directly from Capone’s web site at alcapones.com, you’ll pay half price! (Adult: 34.99 + tax = $37.61 and Child: 22.99 + tax = $24.71) For those who do not want to make a purchase online, use the half-off coupon and call the box office at 407-397-2378 to make your reservation. This is a spectacular show and meal for less than $40!

Want to be treated like a VIP? For an additional $12 per ticket ($9/child), you can enjoy many perks including an option to visit Al’s Four Deuces Lounge prior to the show. You might even be challenged to a card game by one of the wise guys!

Holiday Show

The holiday show opens Thanksgiving Day and continues through January 1st. Reservations are not required, but are highly recommended. If you’re looking for a great deal on a festive New Year’s Eve, check out Capone’s New Year’s Eve Gala. Tickets for the Gala are full price, but include everything the holiday show includes and much more!

Step back in time to the prohibition era for a night of music, dancing, action and comedy. The gang at Capone’s Dinner & Show is always in character, and always ready to show you a great time. Whether it’s your first time or you are a “repeat offender,” one thing’s for sure, you’re gonna have a blast!

Central Florida Attractions & Orlando Dinner Shows gear up for the Holiday Season

Holidays offer families and corporations an opportunity to get out and do something fun together. Central Florida has no shortage of opportunities. If you live here, get out to the area theme parks during the week. The weekends are crazy busy with tourists, however, it is always fun to experience the hustle and bustle of festivities, so go when you can.

Central Florida attractions do more in the way of Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa than most Orlando dinner shows. There are more decorations, specially themed parades and character parties. The primary attractions go ‘all in’ for the Winter break, knowing the crowds are coming. Universal has a special page on their website for their holiday events. Disney has dedicated the same for their special event Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. SeaWorld’s “Christmas Celebration Where the Season Meets the Sea” is spectacular with holiday shows, ice skating and more.

All but one Orlando dinner show seems to be lacking in the holiday spirit. Guess which one? Yes, you’re right! Capone’s Dinner & Show has really gotten into the holiday spirit! Capone’s can be classified as not only an Orlando dinner show, but a Central Florida attraction and a Kissimmee restaurant as well. This may be due to it being a one-of-a-kind attraction/dinner show and not a chain (like Medieval Times or Pirates).

Capone's Orlando Dinner Show is in the holiday spirit.

While Medieval Times offers a Spirit of the Season special offer for groups, Pirates only mentions briefly a holiday deal (see banner graphic below). Their California location has a special show “Pirates Take Christmas” that includes Santa and a new traditional holiday feast. Too bad their Orlando counterpart does not have the same show. Treasure Tavern, Sleuths, Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show and Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show do not mention any Christmas or holiday specials on their websites (at this time, but come on, it is after Thanksgiving). It is business as usual at these Orlando dinner shows. I guess you have to bring your own holiday spirit.

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Unlike the other bah hum bug dinner shows, Capone’s not only offers a special group deal for the holidays, they also offer individuals and smaller families a special deal. Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, their buffet is filled with a traditional holiday meal. They also blast out gifts every evening during their new show’s gangster shoot out. Even on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, Capone’s Dinner & Show offers each party a present – on top of the half off ticket coupon! They also are promoting their New Year’s Eve Gala. Get your tickets early for that event!

If you are planning to take in the Central Florida attractions this holiday season, be sure to save a night for Capone’s Dinner & Show. They’re all spiffied up for your visit. If you choose not to fight the crowds at the theme parks, but still want to do something fun, go to Capone’s. It is an evening of ‘dinnertainment’ that is hard to beat. December is here, the holidays are upon us. Have a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and a cozy Kwanzaa!