This is a great two-hour show and dinner. The only drawback is that the seats are bleacher-style. However, the food and show more than make up for that. The story is sort of a modern-day medieval romance, with a great patriotic revue at the end. Drinks are a bit pricey. We spent a little over $200 for the four of us, including dinner, drinks, and gratuity. Soda, beer, and wine are included, but specialty drinks are not. Also, a tip of $5 per person is suggested at the end, on a card supplied by your server.