We have been season ticket holders at the Boulder Dinner Theater for four years. We love this experience. As an attraction I definitely give it a "5" rating. The combination of entertainment, good service, and food cannot be beat. As a restaurant alone, I would give it a "3".
Our most recent visit was on New Year's Eve. We love spending the year's turnover at BDT. You get free appetizers, a bottle of champagne per couple, good food, a great show, and a dance following the performance, noisemakers, and Ald Auld Lang Syne at midnight. The peformers bring their family, including small children, and dance with the audience. This year the play was 42nd street (thin plot but incredible dancing). The BDT manager makes a point of stopping by each table to ask about our experience and thank us for coming. I personally don't care for most of the entres (I'm a vegetarian) but they have great appetizers and are willing to substitute a larger porrtion of the appetizer for an entre. Most of the entres are free with the theater ticket purchase but they do have some entres for an added amount.
Plays are four times a year, all musicals, some serious and some comedies. Most are familiar but usually there is at least one newish play each year. The performers are also the wait staff. Twice we have had the lead in the play serving our food and it's great to get to know them "up close and personal."
Season tickets here are about the cost of two performances at the Denver Center for Performing Arts if you go for good seats. We always go for center seats on the top row for the best view. Go once and pick out the seats you want. If you buy season tickets, you can reserve the seats you want. We always go for D11, a 4 top table.
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