The Medieval Feast was delicious. Be prepared to spend your evening and be entertained.
We met friends and didn't know what to expect having never been there before for a feast. This is not a fast dining experience, you're paying to be entertained as well (entertainment is more adult oriented), so as other reviewers have mentioned, there is some time between the courses, but we enjoyed the time with friends. The bread was excellent, the dinner was delicious and you could go up for seconds, so if you weren't full, it was your own fault. Our tickets included a beverage, but you may want to be prepared to purchase extra. If you've done a show/play type of dinner or mystery cruise before, then this is similiar and the seating arrangements are fairly tight. If you truly want a restaurant experience, then go for dinner but not a feast.
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