This place is a hidden gem. I was looking for somewhere to take my uncle for his 40th birthday that was entertaining and memorable. I am a washington native, so I sent out a text to a a couple of friends and this place came recommended. I was promised an evening of entertainment and fun.
I found there website on the internet and started to dig around for some info. They offer a few different shows, it includes 5 course meal (excluding tip and beverages) and you do have a choice of seating. The staff is hit and miss. Many of the entertainers will come to your table and play jokes, no matter where you are sitting. However, the actuall service itself from your waiter leaves much to be desired. The food is also pretty bad. Cold soups, awkward dishes and tacky up sell menus. The main feature is Ofcourse the entertainment, which I can't say enough about. At times it feels the show is dragged out but the entertainment is sassy, clever, and world class. Tips: if you can afford it, get seats on the main floor. The obstructed view in the standard seating can get frustrating, as there are poles. Get there at about 6:30 unless you want to do cocktails for a good hour and a half before the show. The traffic in the area and the timing of the show overlap so make sure you time it right, could be tricky.
What they tell you: be there at 5:30. It's a variety show. You will leave around 10pm. You cannot take any pictures.
What they don't tell you: if you choose a seat in the general area, they will seat you with strangers to fill up to seats. The views are obstructed. The show actually starts at 7pm. You can bring your own wine for a corkage fee (it can't be a wine they offer for sale). If you have seats in the premier section, you may be pulled into the show. You can take pictures when the show is done. You don't get fed your main course till 9pm, so have a snack before if your hungry.
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