Unfortunately, I bought this murder dinner from living social for my 5 year wedding anniversary. I was told the actors would incorporate the anniversary into the show if I bought the golden circle. I feel it was a bait and switch situation also because once they knew that date was my anniversary there was no standard regular seating there was none of that left. They also said the so called golden circle was front of stage premium seating. They said we would be more involved in the show. It was all lies. No one even said happy anniversary. We were seated in a room with everyone there was no stage. Actually, the couple across from us had standard seating and had a better view than us. Our backs seemed to always to the actors. There was nothing, absolutely nothing special about the golden shower or circle I felt robbed of my money.
The show wasn't good but I didn't expect it to be so wasn't disappointed. I thought it would be a fun cheesy show. But there were so many things wrong.
The food was very gross. The first course was iceberg lettuce. The second coarse was fettuccine Alfredo chicken my husband had and a spaghetti and a large sausage that I had. Our table of 10 (squeezed in tight) asked for some bread with our pasta dishes and we were told we wont get it until everyone is given there main course. so by the time we got the bread 20-30 minutes later our food was almost gone or really cold. overall The food was cafeteria quality. The sausage was the only thing I thought was above average. The dessert was insulting which included one tiny scoup like one tablespoon of really nasty green colored ice cream straight out of a school cafeteria and it was almost completely melted. Gross. I will never eat at the spaghetti factory that's for sure. No thanks!
One thing I liked was the building. It really was beautiful inside. Too bad the food sucks or I would like to have a nice dinner here.
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