Choose an Orlando Hotel near Must-See Dinner Shows
It doesn't take long to figure out that there's quite a bit more to experience than just theme parks in Orlando. Dinner shows offer hilarity and entertainment while enjoying delicious dining options that the whole family will love. Whether you're interested in dinner shows for kids in Orlando or an exciting night on the town for just the two of you, you won't have any trouble planning an evening with the just the right mix of flavor of entertainment.
Some of Our Favorite Dinner Shows in Orlando
Medieval Times Dinner Show
There's not a bad seat in the house for this jousting tournament among noble knights in a medieval kingdom. As you cheer your favorite knight to certain victory, you'll enjoy a hearty repast that includes slow-roasted chicken, baked potato, freshly prepared pastries and an available cash bar. Don't miss Medieval Life living museum right next door that shows what life was like for ordinary crafters and artisans during medieval times.
Pirates Dinner Adventure
Equal parts comedy, romance and adventure, this dinner show takes place on a fully-rigged pirate galleon. Enjoy an appetizer buffet before you sit down to feast on delectable options that include a Captain's Seafood Medley, Pillager's Pork or Treasure's chicken. Vegetarian options and kids meals are available and several dessert choices round out an evening of side-splitting entertainment. A post-performance Buccaneer Bash extends the fun late into the night.
Capone's Dinner and Show
This modern day speakeasy is a not-so-secret way to guarantee a night you won't forget. Prohibition is in full swing but you've got an all-access pass to be wined and dined by Miss Jewel, Honey and Sunny at Chicago's finest distiller of bootleg spirits. Comedy, action and adventure ensue while you are treated to all your Italian favorites as well as unlimited draft beer, Al's Original Rumrunners, Cape Cods and soda.
Holy Land Experience
Though technically not a dinner theater per se, Holy Land Experience still offers plenty to see and do for visitors to Orlando.In addition to a collection of ancient scripts that are available for viewing, guests are able to see what a 1st century Jerusalem street market may have been like, see the once-daily show We Shall Behold Him, including the crucifixion and resurrection. At scheduled times throughout the day, you can even have communion with Jesus.