Attended this diiner theater last night, food was good and show was entertaining, especially for those who appreciate horses and the difficulty of training them. Young children really enjow the show and have the opportunity to pet the horses after the show is over, Staff was very accomodating. We got there late and had to sit up very high, therefore did not notice any barch mulch odor. Our waitress worked so hard , walking up and down stairs to bring drinks and food. Some of the patrons around us were somewhat rude, making special requests from the established menu (choices are printed on the placemat). A $5 tip per person is requested, and I noticed that a lot of people on our row did not tip, which is a shame considering how good the service was! It is very easy to purchase tickets half price everywhere--look online and in coupon books available everywhere, I ate the New York Strip steak--it was very good and the potatoes are yummy. I felt we got exactly what we paid for--a nice dinner and some good enterainment for $30 + $5 tip.
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