We got tickets through Groupon. Unlike some other reviews, we found the food tasty. I had the sole, which was tender without being mushy and my husband had the steak. Yes, you can't specify the doneness, which is a drawback, but the medium wasn't bad, even for someone who likes medium-rare.
Yes, the production is lower than Broadway level. But, you're not on Broadway. You are paying a for the show and the meal half of what you would pay for just the show in NYC, and you would be further from the action. The play takes places all around the dining area. You can interact with the characters as they change courses, asking questions to try to figure out more information.
If you are uptight about it being a perfect production, you won't enjoy yourself. But, if you relax, don't take it too seriously, and just want to have a fun night out, go for it. We had a great time, laughed a lot, and will go back.
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