I had been wanting to take my family to Pirates: Dinner Adventure on Beach Blvd next to Knotts and Medieval Times for awhile. It gets hard to squeeze new things in when we enjoy the old things so much. I was approached by Pirates Dinner Adventure to come review their new holiday show and low and behold, I had a free night available.
We arrived an hour early because they let us know a head of time that free appetizers would be available until the show started. Great! I ordered myself a drink off the menu to get into the mood. I chose the "Drunken Sailor" which was a Hurricane like drink. VERY yummy!
We checked out the gift stands and of course found several items that my children would LOVE. Pirate Hello Kitty was my daughter's favorite.
WOW! The ship was awesome! They had a full pirate ship that took up the whole middle of the arena that was surrounded by water.
We had a choice of food, we chose beef skewers and vegetable soup while the kids had chicken nuggets, salad and mashed potatoes. Soda was brought in pitchers and refilled through out the show. Dessert was a rich chocolate brownie with ice-cream on top.
The crew that had kidnapped us were in hot water with their captain since he had no knowledge of them stealing Santa Claus. He wasn't the heartless soul that everyone made pirates out to be. With the support of his wife "Treasure" he told the crew to release us/them.
This didn't sit well with some of the crew and mutiny was at hand. There were fierce sword fights, romantic arobatics, fist fights and daring games of skill. The show was exciting, had great audience participation, a fun storyline, and yummy food and drinks!
The show didn't disappoint us and we loved all the action! I would recommend the show to any pirate lover or just someone that enjoys fun and entertainment. For more pictures from the show, check them out on my Facebook page album.