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Enjoy A Night Out At A 1930’s Style Dinner Show In Orlando

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If you are in Orlando and looking for an Italian restaurant with a difference, then a night out at Capone’s Dinner and Show is certain to meet your expectations and more.

Advertised as a “blast from the past” this is a theater restaurant that harks back to 1930’s gangland Chicago. Each night there is a musical comedy revue with actors garbed in period style costumes. After a successful 15 year run, a new show is currently on offer.

The waiters are part of the show and stay in character throughout the whole evening, sporting gangster names, and speaking in gangster slang. There is also a lot of audience participation in the show. In fact, you can’t enter without giving a secret password, just like in the speakeasy bars of the 1930s.

But there is more than music and laughs at Capone’s. While you are watching the show you are treated to a full meal. The menu features an Italian food buffet as well as some standard American dishes, and you can eat as much as you like. Included with the meal are unlimited draft beer, soda and alcoholic drinks.

In addition to your normal family night out, Capone’s also has special offers. If you have a group of 15 or more you can take advantage of special group rates. The restaurant is also a good venue to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, weddings and engagements. In fact the restaurant encourages making wedding proposals there promising that “it will make your engagement night a night she will never forget.”

Here is the basic information about Capone’s Dinner and Show: It is located at Kissimmee-St. Cloud/Osceola County , 4740 West US 192 Kissimmee, FL 34746, and you can call them at these numbers: 407-397-2378 and 800-220-8420. The daily show starts at 7:30 pm

On Thanksgiving Day there is a special meal and from Thanksgiving to Christmas there is a Christmas Show. On New Year’s Eve there are two shows, an early bird special and a later show which features a champagne toast at midnight.

So, if you want to have some fun while vacationing in Orlando, visit Capone’s and whisper quietly to the guard at the door, “Mark sent me!”