Travel Review – Capone’s Dinner Show, Kissimmee, FL
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I enjoy good laughs, food, wine, and people, so if you are like me, I recommend dinner at Capone’s (479 W. US Hwy 192 (W.?Irlo?Bronson Blvd),?Kissimmee, Florida 34746.
Having been here ?once before (see my 11/15/2009 post), I did not expect to enjoy myself as much. ?Rather I enjoyed myself more. ?Please let me explain. ?First times are always audience surprises because one never knows what is coming next. ?However, at Capone’s, there is always a twist. ?A trip to Capone’s is a trip back in time to the 1920’s Prohibition Era.
Miss Jewel is the house mistress; Bunny June, her star; Fingers?Salvatorio?the gangster wanted seemingly dead by Bugs Moran. ?These mob characters make good story as they celebrate Chicago gone wild.
There is a saying, “The show must go ?on.” ?Capone’s, open 365 days a year, proves it. Check out Capone’s — its menu satisfies?as well?as does its guaranteed fun good laughs, music, and audience reaction entertainment. Our endless drinks, an endless buffet of soups, fresh salad bar, American and Italian favorites, ?pasta, pizza, and ?a hot carving station with ample portions of smoked turkey, pork tenderloin, and?london?broil followed by dessert were well worth $59.99 that current special price details made even better.
Have you ever been to a dinner show? What kind?