I took my 77 year old mom to this dinner show as a surprise. She was escorted (by gentlemen's arm ) into the venue after mentioning the secret code to get in. I had a 1920s outfit for her to change into and she was super excited and psyched for the evening. Tommy Gun's crew did not disappoint. From the costumes, to the accents, to the wise guy jokes, dancing and singing, there was something for everyone. Loved how they bring in the audience to participate, including my mom, Grandma Dynamite, who played a "young vibrant attractive doll". And I didn't mention the food yet.... portions large enough to feed Vinny and his "tree"-3 cousins. My prime rib was cooked to perfection and was juicy and flavorful. The hootch (wine bottle) was reasonably priced as well. All in all this was well worth da dough and a blast. Highly recommended.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.