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Pirates Dinner Adventure

Set sail for an evening full of action and adventure at Pirates Dinner Adventure in Buena Park, the “World’s Most Interactive Dinner Show!” Perfect for lads and lasses of all ages, Pirates Dinner Adventure’s newest show, “Secrets of the Deep,” transports you back to a time when pirates ruled the high seas for an evening you won’t soon forget.

Book your swashbuckling group for a night of dinner, music and pirate booty on - And save a few shackles in the process.

Pirates Dinner Adventure

Start your evening at The Governor’s Gala, where her royal highness, Princess Anita, is celebrating the discovery of the magical mermaid, Luna. Not only is Luna a mystical creature of the sea, but she is also in possession of a legendary jewel said to hold the power to summon a Leviathan from the deep!

While you wait for the start of the gala, enjoy complimentary appetizers, such as carved meats, cheesy fritters, and fresh veggies, and visit some seaport merchants where you can purchase swords, hats, and other pirate booty. Adult buccaneers may purchase specialty drinks in souvenir glasses from the full cash bar.

All is well at the gala until Captian Sebastian the Black’s crew of rowdy pirates and the Captian’s First Mate, Fredrick Magee, decides to crash the celebration creating a little bit of chaos and a little bit of comedy.

Pirates Dinner Adventure

Now the prisoners of the dreaded pirate king, Captain Sebastian the Black, you will be escorted into the main theater by your newly assigned pirate leader, where a full-size replica of an 18th-century pirate ship sits in a 250,000-gallon lagoon surrounded by more than 700 seats. Here you will enjoy the rest of your four-course meal while you witness an astonishing display of special effects, death-defying stunts, beautiful aerial artistry, and swashbuckling swordplay, all wrapped up in a classic story of good versus evil, and maybe even a little romance.

The Meal

All reservations for Pirates Dinner Adventure include a four-course dinner and admission to the show. The evening will begin prior to the main show with tray-passed appetizers, which change nightly. Prior to the start of the show alcoholic beverages, soft drinks and other libations in souvenir glasses are available for purchase at the full cash bar.

Once in the main arena, guests will enjoy the remainder of their four-course meal. Both children and adults will start their meal with their choice of tomato soup or salad. The adult main course consists of roasted chicken, creamy mashed potatoes and a shrimp skewer. Children will enjoy a beef slider with mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, and fresh fruit. For dessert, all guests will receive a decadent slice of chocolate cake topped with a raspberry drizzle and powdered sugar.

Pirates Dinner Adventure

Pirates Dinner Adventure also offers guests vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free dining options.

The Show

A full-size replica of an18th-century Spanish Galleon built in a 250,000-gallon lagoon takes the place of a standard stage. For approximately 90 minutes, guests will witness amazing stunt work including rope swinging and climbing, swordplay, and fistfights. Special aerial art performances will astound guests and they may even spot a mermaid swimming in the lagoon. Beyond all the action, comedic and musical numbers help support and progress the story.

Pirates Dinner Adventure

Proudly known as “The World’s Most Interactive Dinner Show,” guests of all ages are made apart of the excitement throughout the show. There is even an opportunity for children in the audience to be sworn in as the newest members of the pirate crew.

Located only six miles from Disneyland and less than a mile up the street from Knotts Berry Farm, Pirates Dinner Adventure performs its live dinner show, “Secrets of the Deep,” seven days a week, every day of the year with special seasonal shows during the Halloween and holiday season. Pirates of all ages are encouraged to come dressed in their finest pirate attire.

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