This is a great group activity..
Went here with a group of 20+. What a great time. The food was just wonderful. Nothing bad about family style Italian. All the staff was fun,attentive,and always wanting to make your visit enjoyable. The interactive atmosphere is just gut busting. I would not have had as much fun if we had gone with 2-4 people the fun was having a group of people to laugh with and watch being involved. If you are a shy person maybe some place else would be good. However even with 2 (not liking the spot light) people from our group having to get up on stage and be silly with the actors fun was had by all. The pictures we have prove that.
By no means fo we feel that the price was too high! This is not a highly professional show, but is so much fun and is really great entertainment.
We will drive the 2 hours to go back and visit this great group of people. Next time hope to shop a bit more in the delightful down town.
TOO SHORT PLAY.
We were astounded when the dinner theatre ended in 30 minutes. Although the food was quite good, the ambiance was mediocre. The meal may have been worth $20 and the 30 minute play $5 or $10. We left feeling ripped off after paying $45.
Feed your appetite for charming Italian food and atmosphere--as well as play.. In Short The charming decor (reminiscent of a small-town in Italy) and casual family atmosphere are authentically Italian. The Genitti family hosts the dinner--make sure you arrive hungry; soup, bread, pasta, antipasto salad, baked chicken and zucchini, Italian sausage, Italian steak with roasted potatoes and cannoli for desert. After dinner, guests walk through what once was literally the "hole in the wall" into an intimate theater.