Great idea for a date night. Performers did a phenomenal job interacting with the audience. Adult humor (scripted).
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We attended the Friday night show on September 30, 2016 with another couple for a birthday supper celebration. Arrived at 630pm as doors were to open then and the show to start at 7. Upon arrival and sitting down at the table, the salad was...More
We went to the show who killed Santa what a great time we had, the show was such a hoot, and the music was good as well. Most of us had the prim rib to eat and it was awesome just as good as any...More
The dinner theaters are hilarious and I look forward to them every time we go . Food is good and service is fantastic!. The main restaurant is great too. A good spot to get some Seafood especially the Lobster. A must try in Saint John...More
So much fun! The food is great and everyone is so friendly and outgoing! You never stop laughing. They are great at getting the audience involved and it is overall just a great time!
The service was awesome, food was delicious and the performances were fantastic. Awesome musicians and a hilariously talented cast. It was very "colorful", just the way we like it! It wont be for everyone but it was definately enjoyed by everyone in the crowd. It...More
We went with a group of ten for friends birthdays and had an amazing time cast interacted with the crowd and was extremely funny we laughed from the time we got there till the time we left I would definitely recommend it to friends and...More
This is a review about the dinner theatre production itself - not the food (which half my table enjoyed and half didn't). The theatre cast was very talented - great singers and musicians. The music was fabulous! My problem was the content of the play....More
Sought out this restaurant based on a suggestion from one of the local Information Centers and was not disappointed. Situated downtown literally across the street from the cruise ship dock, it is a wonderful place to enjoy perfectly served lobster. From 1 1/2 to 4...More
St John New Brunswick is not ready for massive tourism, certainly not for cruise ship passengers, THERE IS NOTHING THERE TO SEE I researched this place out, locals did not know where Steamers was, well, it was very obvious once found - anyway - We...More