Orlando Dinner Shows

 

The best way to combine entertainment in one's most important and probably the most intimate meal is through dinner shows, and Orlando has a lot of this kind to offer. The highest rated Orlando dinner show, and as they claim.

 
"The Most Honored Dinner Show in the World" is none other than the Arabian Nights in Kissimmee. Typically referred as the dinner show fairy tale on horseback, Arabian Nights depicts other than its quintessential love story, a magnificent parade of beautiful horses from around the globe played in the world's largest indoor equestrian arena.

 

The diners arrive as id they are invited to join the birthday celebration of the princess and eventually her wedding day to her most coveted prince.

 

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Arabian Nights, which was opened to the public in February 29, 1988, is an atypical yet exciting way to celebrate a meal, with the display of bright and colorful costumes and unique entertainment that is greatly embellished with high-class production value just bring out the best of the night. Diners can choose any of the following: Primavera Penne Pasta Bowl, Children's Chicken Tenders, New York Strip Steak or Certified Black Angus Chopped Steak with Gravy, any of which is served with fresh green salad and dessert. Beer, wine and soft drinks are unlimited. Those who want to request for a different preparation for the meals can directly call for reservations.

The Arabian Nights Dinner Show has already reaped a number of awards including Best Romantic Restaurant for three consecutive years (2001-2003), Best Family Outing for two consecutive years (2001-2002) as well as Best Performing Arts Group or Venue (2001), Best B-List Attraction (2001) and Best Dinner Theater (2000) all from the Best of City Search Audience Awards. It's also a recipient for four AOL City Guide Awards: twice as City's Best Theme Restaurant (2004 - 2006) and twice as City's Best Family-Friendly Restaurant.

The other dinner show featured in this article is what they dub as the "World's Most Unique Interactive Family and Dinner Show." Located at International Drive in Orlando (the other one in Buena Park, California), the Pirate's Dinner Adventure attracts the diners as special guests of Princess Anita to a bountiful appetizer buffet (the Pre-show) composed of tasty snacks and assorted salads that can be dipped in deliciously special sauces. Be warned though, because you and your family will surely be put right in the middle of the action of side-splitting musical pirates set in an enormous galleon. Be amazed and get astonished with the performers' display of aerial artistry and dynamic duels in a classic clash story between the good and the evil.

A sumptuous meal awaits the diners as they choose to any of the following delectable dishes: tossed garden fresh salad, creamy vegetable soup, treasure's chicken. garlic lobster and shrimp, roasted red potatoes, mixed vegetables, desserts and a lot more. A Buccaneer Bash in the end serves as a celebration of the good defeating the evil and conclusion of the night, an all-night party. Pirates Dinner Adventure also offers educational trips summer camps and unique team building events. Other recommended dinner attractions in Orlando are Capone's Dinner & Show in Kissimmee, Makahiki Luau in Sea World, Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede Dinner and Show just off Interstate 4 and Medieval Times Dinner Show also in Kissimmee.