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“Any History Buffs out there...This is a must see comedy!”
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Hard Hearted Hannah's Playhouse
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Owner description: Savannah's brand new dinner theatre presented by Hard Hearted Hannah's Playhouse with southern fare by Paula Deen's The Lady & Sons Restaurant! "There's a Bomb on Trolley 409!" is a tour-de-farce comedy about the worst tour of Savannah, guaranteed!" While we entertain, enjoy Paula's southern dinner buffet! Shows weekly at The Lady & Sons Restaurant located in the gorgeous Historic district of Savannah.
Reviewed September 6, 2011

I walked right in..no waiting in long lines to eat at Paula Deans! This comedy production is a must see for anyone new to Savannah, or a local who loves to remember the best of Savannah's history. The acting is absolutely professional.. I haven't laughed that hard in years.. And being from Boston, I really got a chance to learn about Savannah's history.
It was for sure the best attraction I found in all of Savannah. Check it out.

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Reviewed August 27, 2011

Truly enjoyed the show. Trolley driver was hilarious. Food was better than it was 2 years ago. Beverage glasses did not stay filled well. It was well worth the money.

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Reviewed August 10, 2011

We wanted to try Paula Deane's cooking but did not want to wait in line in the hot morning sun to secure a reservation. We opted for the same buffet in the basement of Lady & Son with a play for $43/person including tax & tip. The meal was all inclusive with beverage & dessert, The buffet was fried chicken, barbcue riblets, rice, potatoes, corn, beans, butter beans, collards, mac & cheese, salad bar and biscuits. We ordered our tickets online and were able to select our table and seats. The dinner was at 6:30 followed by the play. They serve dessert during intermission. There is a trivia contest before the play. The play was cute and entertaining. The food was not gourmet but good southern cooking. The only trouble we had was finding a place to park. There was a parking garage nearby but it was crowded and it took us a while to find a spot. Get there early enough to get a parking space so you are not late for the buffet. It was about a block from the garage to the restaurant.

3  Thank oceancindy47
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Reviewed August 3, 2011

I recently attended a performance with my daughter's Girl Scout troop. Our girls (teens) enjoyed the dinner theatre experience very much and we all loved the food. That the food appeals to kids is reason enough to take a group there! The play is well-written and very well-acted. In my opinion, the only drawback was that the humor was aimed at the grade-school set. That's not enough to keep me from taking a group there the next time we visit, though.
Highly recommended!!

Thank setba
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Reviewed August 3, 2011

If you are up for a full belly and lots of belly laughs, then check out the showing of "There's a Bomb on Trolley 409". You will laugh out loud and leave knowing it was well worth the money and time. The cast is super and they interact with you before and after the show. The food, well it is Paula Deen's, so of course it is good. Go out on a limb and buy a ticket to a great show and wonderful evening.

Thank PDOR
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ScogginsB, Owner at Hard Hearted Hannah's Playhouse, responded to this reviewResponded August 4, 2011

"A full belly and a belly full of laughs"...wow, now that is truly what it is all about!

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