Pirate's Dinner Adventure in Orlando, FL

Pirate's Dinner Adventure6400 Carrier DriveOrlando, FL 32819
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Overview

Voted “Best Dinner Show in Central Florida,” Pirate’s Dinner Adventure offers a unique interactive dining experience for guests of all ages. The show features 18th-century Spanish galleon replicas with 40-foot masts anchored in a 300,000-gallon indoor lagoon, accompanied by actors, singers, stunt artists, cannon blasts and explosive special effects, pyrotechnics, and more.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Orlando Travel Experts
  • Doors open 90 minutes prior to show.
  • Complimentary appetizers are served during pre-show.
  • Cash bar available.
  • Specialty meals for vegetarians are available upon request.
  • Complimentary beer, soft drinks and coffee are served during the main show.
  • You may take selfies and photos and meet with the main actors at the end of the show.
  • No flash photography allowed. Video and audio recording are prohibited.
  • There is a $5 parking fee due at the door.

Description

from Pirate's Dinner Adventure
"Live the Pirate's Life!" at the "World's Most Unique Interactive Family Dinner Show!"

Pirates Dinner Adventure now presents Rise of the Sea Dragons!

Swashbuckling Pirates! Maidens in Distress and now, Fearsome Sea Dragons!

A new and spectacular addition to our already amazing show! Can the heroic Benjamin rescue Princess Anita from the jaws of an angry Sea Dragon while fending off a crew of cutthroat Sea Dogs?

Featuring daring stunts, musical entertainment and a sumptuous Pirate's feast, all on board an authentically replicated 18th century Spanish Galleon. This adventure has something for everyone! You'll also want to stay after the show for the latest dance crazes at the Buccaneer Bash Disco Party.


Reserve Orlando Customer Reviews

18 Reviews
Myo Reason
1 Review
"Show is great customer service needs work!"
April, 2017
You are greeted with a large crowd waiting in line, of course understandable. The individual managing seems slightly agitated, with customer questions I get it. We move in the waiting area, waiting to be seated. The server was pleasant but time management could be better. The bathroom is over flooded at the end of the show. Your're herded out. So while waiting for your family members in a different area of the establishment, you're then told you need to move out of the area because there is another show. Yet again understandable but the delivery is poor. I know. The individual tried to single my family out when there were clearly other families in the area also. I'm sure my words are just words on a page, and nothing will be done.
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royce essig
1 Review
"Great family fun."
March, 2017
What a show! The cast gave a full out performance even though we didn't have a lot of people, this by no means is a reflection on the show, just the date we went. My family had a great time (all six of us) as we cheered on the Best Pirate of all time "Cut-throat Jack". The show was a lot of fun with many laughs due to the comedy abilities of the actors who played "Mr. McGee and Saxon". The Singing abilities of the cast were great and the amazing silk work by the "Golden Gyps" left us all speechless. You can tell this small cast and crew work great together. My son had a great time getting autographs for everyone on the cast and when it looked like we wouldn't get everyone "Treasure" made sure he got the last one we needed. I can not thank the cast for being so accommodating to a young fan. I look forward to seeing this show again on our next trip to Orlando. (Show was on 3/8/17 at 1930).
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JoeCammy Pattee
1 Review
"4 and 1/2 stars"
November, 2016
This show is SO much fun! My husband, myself and our 3 boys (ages6-12) loved this experience. We watch the Vampirates show on Halloween night 2016. I'm actually giving this 4 and a half stars because the appetizers were really only more of a sample and our main course, the pot roast, wasn't very good at all, though, our younger guys did enjoy the chicken nuggets and Mac n Cheese and not one of us tried the chicken quarter so I have no comment for that but you are served soup or salad before and a dessert at the end of the meal and it along with the sides are all very good and served during the show. It's very interactive and the audience gets really involved with games and such, it's all very exciting and the kids and adults all get the chance to join in on the ship with the characters.
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Tip: They sing and dance and do an amazing job, tip them!

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TERRI FLEURIOT
BOWIE, MD
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Great Experience"
August, 2016
My family and I had a wonderful experience at the Pirate dinner show. The stunts were great and the food was delicious!
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Tip: The dance party was great!

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kimberly williams
south bend, IN
1 Review
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"Great Family Fun"
August, 2016
We took a family group of 15 people and had a ball! Great show for all ages. The food accommodated the pickiest eaters. Everyone ate and had a great time.
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Stephen Wilcox
Moodus, CT
1 Review
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"Best dinner show in Orlando"
July, 2016
This show is great for people of any age, we LOVED the show and our waitress was excellent. The show gets the audience involved and was just a terrific experience overall. We plan on doing this show again, highly recommended.
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Carol Strother
Charles Town, WV
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Great Show"
July, 2016
This a must see show while in Orlando. Very family friendly. They have meals for adults and kids.
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Tip: They put on a very active show.

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Linda Dunn
Highland, IL
3 Reviews
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"Pirates Dinner"
June, 2016
The kids loved it and wanted to go back, t was a good show and the entertainment before and after dinner were great
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Tip: Relax and enjoy the show you will have a great time

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Bob S
"A lot of fun!!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 09, 2018
This was pretty much what you'd expect from a Dinner and a Show experience. It was very well done and very immersive. We bought the bandannas and really got into the spirit of the show. Food was good and we had plenty to eat. THE BEST PART OF THE SHOW BY FAR was the dance club after the show let out. The most Brutish, Surly, and Despicable Pirate of the show also turned out to be a great dancer who really got funky with his bad self. I'm not a dancer, or one to go out to clubs, but this made me feel like I was a kid again. If you get into the groove you will no doubt have fun.
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RebeccaGrist
"Terrible evening"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed February 18, 2018
The show was ok, but a bit boring!! The meal wasn't very good!!! Dont think we will be coming back! Also its very expensive here! My whole family wasn't that keen on this at all!!!
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Jaime C
Charlton, Massachusetts
"Amazing show! "
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 15, 2018
This was a great dinner show! I had so much fun watching the show and the after party was cool! I love pirates
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Logan L
Orlando, Florida
"Really fun show"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed October 30, 2017
A really fun show, for adults and children, especially if the boys in your family are tired of princesses. ;) Food is alright. Drinks are also served!
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heywood417
Nixa, Missouri
"Great show, food needs a little work."
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed September 27, 2017
We got a BOGO deal through our resort so we decided to go (normally probably wouldn't have since the tickets are a bit steep), plus our toddler could get in free. The ship-stage is amazing. The cast all did a great job, effects/sound/lighting all on point. The meal was a little average. Not a lot of selection on drink options (water or a few sodas, no tea), small salad (mostly iceberg) w/only two dressing choices, both a bit bland. The entree was good (chicken, pot roast, mashed potatoes & green beans), and the dessert was pretty good as well. Our toddler absolutely LOVED the show. I feel like I spent more time watching him than the actual show. He'd clap and throw his hands in the air, and say "WHOA!" every time a gun or cannon went off. His delight really made the event. I like that they get kid audience members involved with the show, even though our guy was really too little to participate. Cast members were all friendly and nice after the show.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Pirate's Dinner Adventure

What type of meal do you serve at Pirate's Dinner Adventure?
The Port of Call Feast includes the choice of tossed garden salad served with house dressing or Caribbean soup for the first course.

The second course includes a choice of the following meals:

  • Treasure’s Chicken — Oven-Roasted Chicken carefully marinated in a savory blend of spices, served with garlic mashed potatoes and seasoned green beans.
  • Buccaneer Pot Roast — Tender cuts of Pot Roast with served with garlic mashed potato accompanied by seasoned green beans.
  • Vegetarian Option — Pasta in marinara sauce with seasoned vegetables. 
  • Captain Kid’s Meals — Chicken Nuggets served with Macaroni and Cheese.
    *Children may upgrade to adult dining options for an additional cost.

For dessert, guests are treated to vanilla cake with vanilla ice cream and chocolate dressing. Soft drinks and coffee are served during the main show, with a cash bar available as well.

Are specialty or vegetarian meals available upon request?
Yes. Pirate’s Dinner Adventure offers a vegetable pasta option for vegetarian guests. They also have a vegan and gluten-free option, upon request.

Do you have a kid’s meal option?
Yes. The kid's menu includes chicken fingers with macaroni and cheese.

What does the Buccaneer Bash Disco Party consist of?

The Buccaneer Bash features 70s and 80s style dance music after the Pirates Dinner Adventure Show.

What is the size of the Pirates Dinner Adventure Theater?

The Pirate's Dinner Adventure Theater seats 820 guests.

How many rows constitute your theater?

There are 6 sections of Pirates with different colors that create the seating at Pirate's Dinner Adventure.

What is the length of your intermission?
There is not an intermission at Pirate's Dinner Adventure.

Is there a pre-show guests should be aware of?
Yes. Doors open 1 1/2 hours before the show and we have complimentary appetizers and a cash bar. This is where we start the storyline for the show.

Are visitors allowed to meet and greet the performers?
Yes, after the show back in the pre-show area.

Are cameras, audio or video recording allowed at your show?

Yes, but no flash photography is allowed during the show. Audio and video recording are strictly prohibited.