The actual location wasn't too bad although they could've chosen a bigger room in the venue as they had about 70 people in a small room where it was uncomfortable to get up from your small foldable chair. Personally I was most upset by the food and drinks. For starters the food was a small house salad that looked like it had been sitting for hours and the pasta was served with either a red meat sauce or a white (barely there) sauce with chicken tenders. From what they advertised, the menu was supposed to be completely different. For dessert they gave a tiny piece of chocolate cake (probably the best part of the whole "dinner"). You were offered water or you had the option of purchasing drinks in small clear plastic cups for $11 - to me that was the most irritating part because the drinks were way to expensive specially after the let down of the meal. What bothered me was that it seemed like they didn't put any effort into the food whatsoever and they just whipped it up in 5 mins. The actual murder mystery wasn't too bad although if they had someone actually organize it does have potential and so do the characters. All in all it seemed as if they were just starting off with the whole production and if so then they should charge $20 per person max until they get a better reputation because $60 per person is WAY too expensive for the value of the show and it feels as though they are taking advantage because once you buy it your stuck.
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