Any recommendations for seating at Madame Zingara's? It will just be two of us, and we'd like to enjoy the show.
When I went it wasn't that huge. I didn't take note of any seating that looked problematic.
Many thanks for your response. They seem to have a number of different seating levels with corresponding differences in prices. Didn't know if any seating tiers were substantially better than others enough to justify the price difference.
There are two tiers and accordingly two different price ranges. However the tiers are not like those in a theatre. The set out is an array of tables, as one would find in any restaurant. The restaurant is set out in two circles, the outer circle (which is cheaper) is raised, and the inner circle (which is more expensive) is a slightly lower level.
I personally found that it was worth paying the extra money for the better seats. Although there is not that much of a difference in terms of the distance you are from the stage whether you are seated in the inner or the outer ring, as both are pretty close to the stage, the concern with the outer ring is that there are a number of pillars, and if you happen to get a bad spot, you could be craning your neck around a pillar to see.
I would thus recommend paying the extra cost to sit at a table in the inner circle (closer to the stage) as you will have a completely open view. I did, and when I got there, I was glad.
It is a thoroughly entertaining show and many people get quite dressed up in fancy hats, feather boas and the like.
We sat in outer tier at table for 2. Could see everything clearly. All action is on a raised stage in centre of tent. It's amazing what they manage to do in such a small space.
Enjoy the show. It's worth every cent.