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“Lots of Fun”

Oregon Cabaret Theatre
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: The Oregon Cabaret Theatre has provided first-class entertainment and dining in the Rogue Valley for the last thirty-three years. A remodeled church located one block from OSF, the Cabaret’s venue oozes with the old school charm of the jazz era. The restaurant produces exceptional dishes and whether you have a pre-show dinner reservation or just just order drinks and dessert for intermission, the dining pairs well with the Cabaret’s exceptional productions.
Reviewed 30 May 2010

We had a group of 30 go on a Saturday night and both the food and the show were great. The venue is intimate and well done. Tables are small and the chairs could have a bit more cushioning to be really comfortable. Our group was in tables of fours or sixes. Except for those in the theater wings (where some had to turn their chairs away from the table to see), everyone had excellent view of the stage. My wife and I had the ribeye steaks ($22), which were delicious. Our friends at our table had the halibut and the chicken ($19), which resulted in raves. One in our party of 30 sent back his halibut as it was too undercooked, but he said the replacement was perfect. The coffee and desserts were excellent. The play (Who Dun It musical) was OK, the actors were pros and two actresses had beautiful voices. Considering the size of our group, the service was comendable. We will certainly attend on any return visits to Ashland.

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Reviewed 14 December 2009

We had our first visit to this theatre yesterday and tried the dinner/theatre package. The food was very good but limited (perhaps only for that night) to a mostly cajun selection. Our seat was poor even though perhaps only 7 to 9 others were eating the full dinner with all other seats vacant. We were in the back corner and it was so dark we couldn't see our food (literally). When the play started, others that came in about an hour or so later were seated in front of us. When we asked to move the table so we could see, we were told (basically) by the "stage manager" not to. The food was expensive. Dinner came to about $90 with one bottle of wine ($22, not bad) and including the tip. Way too much considering the service was 'convention style' with salads coming out all at once and us, having to seek out the kitchen for extra dressing. A side of cornbread for $2 had four small pieces in the basket. The play was outstanding, but it seems that those whom chose to bring in their own wine for corkage fee with no dinner had the preferred seats. Seemingly.. local folks get first dibs on the good seats since lots of cross table and cross room chat was going on. I suggest dinner somewhere else and take in the play, bringing in your own bottled beverage as thats how the locals do it. We were there 4.5 hours with sore butts after it was all over, having spent over $140 for the whole thing for 2.But will return without the dinner experience.

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