My husband and I went last night for Valentine's Day, since our Valentine's tradition is doing cheesy stuff in tourist town that we'd never otherwise do since we live in Orlando and typically try to steer clear of Kissimmee. We basically chose Capone's because we thought it would be funny to go and because there was a 50% off coupon online, but we both ended up having a great time! The staff was fantastic, they were all in character the whole time and were all friendly, helpful, and attentive. It seemed like they really enjoyed what they were doing and they really helped to keep the overall vibe fun. The show was funny and the acting was good, corny but intentionally so. The food was fine, not unbelievable but nothing to complain about. I feel like some of the other reviewers mistakenly thought they were going to see a realistic rendition of The Godfather complete with entrees from Del Frisco's, which is just ridiculous. It is what it is! And for what it is, it's good. With the coupon on their website it was only $30 each, and for a show, a buffet, and unlimited free booze, I thought it was well worth it.
The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5: When we arrived, there was a huge line outside. We ended up not having to wait in it at all because we booked tickets online, which was awesome, but we very nearly got in the back of the line because we didn't know what was going on or where we were supposed to be. We just luckily happened to see someone in a costume in the middle of a bunch of people that looked like he was handing out tickets, so we asked him. I don't know if this is how it always is or if it's because it was Valentine's Day. It also took a super long time before everyone was seated and the show began, which wasn't awful for us since we were seated early and were enjoying interacting with the cast inside, but would have probably sucked had we been in that line for well over an hour. We also didn't leave until almost midnight, which I wasn't expecting. But again, maybe this is just because it was Valentine's Day, and it didn't ruin the night.
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