Thursday, August 28, 2014
We had an absolute blast on our California trip this year. Since it was our post-deployment family travels, we made sure to book a lot of fun events to really enjoy ourselves. One of the items on our list, originally, was the Pirate's Dinner Adventure, and when I got the opportunity to check it out as a blogger? I knew we had to take it.
We met up with our good friends on their own post-deployment trip for a big family dinner before we headed our separate ways again. After a brief introduction to the show in the lobby, we were escorted to our table. Our seats were ideal, even with a group of nine, and our awesome pirate was also named Benjamin. My Ben was quite thrilled about this fact.
Dinner began, with plenty of food to enjoy. Between our family of four, we sampled the beef and chicken, all of which met with approval. The portions were good sized and we actually had some leftovers packed up to take back to our hotel.
The show began and the pirates attacked. They performed, they had battles, they had sword fights. There was a dragon. And the princess was saved. Everything one could possible want in a pirate battle. Ben's favorite part, besides our pirate being named Ben was the dragon, whereas Faith got two difference chances to go up on stage and be part of the pirate's crew! A perfect experience for our diva.
Pirate's Dinner Adventure is conveniently located off the 5 and 91 freeways in the heart of the Buena Park Entertainment Zone, just 10 minutes away from the Disneyland Resort and 15 minutes from John Wayne Airport.
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Come Live the Pirate's Life at Pirate's Dinner Adventure California!
This post was written as a part of my ongoing relationship with US Family Guide. Our family received tickets to Pirate's Dinner Adventure in appreciation for this post, all opinions are my own.