Medieval Times or Pirate dinner

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  1. mickey&arielsmom

    mickey&arielsmom Mouseketeer

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    We are going to Disneyland next month for my son's birthday, and I thought it might be fun to take him to a fun dinner show. I thought I remembered reading about a Medieval Times or pirate themed restaurant somewhere near Disneyland. I would love some information or reviews.
     
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  3. bclydia

    bclydia <font color=00b7c6>Prone to Random Strong Opinions

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    We did the pirate dinner back in August. We loved every minute of it! We got the tickets at Costco down there and they were 2/$50. Dinner was good and the show was fabulous! We would do it again!
     
  4. Mary Jo

    Mary Jo Techarita Moderator

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    I've seen both of them, and would see Medieval Times over the Pirates show.
     
  5. DorkyDisneyMom

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    I have a friend who has done both. She they are both good. Food is about equal and I think so is price. I'll ask her which one she prefers and why and get back to you.
     
  6. bethyylovee

    bethyylovee Simba

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    I've done both multiple times. Honestly they're the same things except for one is knights as one is pirates. I liked the food at Pirates better, though.

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  7. hootey

    hootey DIS Veteran

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    Pirate dinner was the best for us by a large margin. Good food and a great show. The mediocre midevil dinner we attended was more of a live "Animal House" frat party. Everyone, except our party, were walking/stumbling around with pitchers of beer/mixed drinks in their hands. The food we were served was not cooked properly/half cooked/half raw. The waitress/server tossed everything in front of you and left. The show was on line with a jr- high play with horses. I put my impressions of the facility in writing with a request for a full refund and mailed it to the corp address shown on the website. I never recieved a reply or refund.....:confused3:confused3:confused3
     
  8. dlrmw

    dlrmw Earning My Ears

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    We prefer Medieval Times to The Pirates! :)
     
  9. mickey&arielsmom

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    So, it sounds like it's about 50/50. Maybe I'll just let my son choose! Thanks for the responses.
     

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