They take great care of you at Tommy Gun's. There was a gentleman in the parking lot directing us. They greet you in costume at the door. The manager comes around to your table regularly to ask how everything is going. The wait staff provides constant service all throughout the evening. The food was very good. Two of us had prime rib and the other two had salmon. The food was served quickly, served hot and was in ample quantity. The salad and soup were good and they bring you hot italian bread (we had bread brought three or four times). Dessert was a dish or sherbet served during intermission. They probably filled up our drink glasses 20 times.
While I enjoyed the "show" to some extent, I feel for the amount of money paid ($320 for a group of four, including drinks), the show could have been a lot better. There were a few musical numbers and a lot of jokes that to me were not particularly funny. There was a lot of banter among the cast, some of which almost seemed ad-libbed at times. There did not seem to be any kind of plot to the show; just a lot of "gangsters" and "flappers" moving around a lot, talking and singing. They pulled a lot of people out of the audience to participate and most of those people didn't seem to help the actors out much. It took one man several attempts to answer what he did for a liviing. I think the show could use a complete re-write of the script, and perhaps be made into more of a story with some character development and action.
I definitely had a good time at Tommy Gun's and appreciated the great food and service, but was a little disappointed with the show. I would recommend the place, especially for a group or family outing.
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