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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

16 Reviews
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.
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!
Tip: The dance party was great!

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kimberly williams
south bend, IN
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"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
Verified Traveler
"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.
Tip: They put on a very active show.

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Linda Dunn
Highland, IL
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"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
Tip: Relax and enjoy the show you will have a great time

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Rosalie Szabo
Jamestown, NC
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Fun Time at Pirates Dinner Adventure"
June, 2016
We went with a 9 year old boy and a 7 year old girl. We had the chicken and chicken nuggets. Kids food was okay. We found the adult food tasty. The atmosphere was really fun and our server was awesome. Our son was feeling a bit under the weather but wanted to come out for the show anyway. Our server was very understanding with him. Everyone enjoyed the show and the kids did not complain to leave at all.

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Brittany peeples
lagrange, NC
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"10 star Pirate Dinner Adventure"
June, 2016
Me, my husband and our son were in Florida visiting family and decided we wanted to do something special just the 3 of us. We had heard about the Pirate Dinner Adventure from my Brother in law and what a great time they had. I knew it would be fun but I was completely blown away by just how wonderful a night it turned out to be. The fun starts as soon as you arrive they have a waiting area you can purchase dinks, snacks, souvenirs and they even had face painting for the kids. The pre-act gets you into a jolly mood and leads you into the big room where you are sat and immediately waited on with drinks and a salad before the main course. The show begins immediately on a giant pirate ship as the center stage and keeps you thoroughly entertained. Guest including kids are picked out among the crowd to interact with the crew and be apart of the show including the kids getting to be sworn in as official pirates, with a certificate, near the end. I think the best part of the show was the Dragon towards the end, i wasn't expecting that at all. The non stop action and experience is well worth the time and money we spent there, we all had a blast and the food was absolutely delicious. All the staff were friendly and we experienced no problems during our visit. We made a wonderful family memory and really thank you for that. We most defiantly will be returning and have told all our family how great it was!
Tip: if you want anything other than beer and pepsi/water get it from the bar, only VIP guest get to take pictures with the crew after the show

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Rhone_Man
Grand Cayman
"Sadly underwhelmed"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed February 21, 2017 NEW
Took the kids to see the Pirate's Dinner Adventure off a very strong recommendation from my sister-in-law. I don't like to give poor reviews on what is essentially people's livelihoods, but overall I probably wouldn't endorse that recommendation. WHAT IT IS: It is a show plus dinner. You sit on benches with tables in a medium sized theatre with a fake pirate ship in the middle. The performers go through a choreographed performance of a tale of pirates and princesses involving some songs, some jokes, some dancing and a few stunts. Whilst this is happening you get served a three course dinner. HOW WAS THE SHOW: The show was OK, but a little bit low key. My 10 year old enjoyed it, but the older kids and adults thought it was fairly flat. I suspect, bottom line, it really is something for the younger kids. The quality of the singing / acrobatics / jokes loses something for tweens and above. HOW WAS DINNER: The food was OK, but not great. Service in my section was quite poor (others were finishing their desserts before we got our mains, and we didn't see our waitress for about 45 minutes in the middle when we all got pretty thirsty). But I think that was just my section so I don't want to mark them down too harshly for one waitress having a bad night. There is a two beer limit for adults (no wine), but on the plus side if they think you are interested they may "accidentally" leave a beer pitcher close to where you are sitting (although that may have just been an apology for the 45 minute absence). ANYTHING ELSE: Afterwards you can clearly hang out at the bar / dance floor outside and party with the pirates (who stay in costume) if you like. I can see how a raucous stag-do might enjoy that, but it felt a little bit incongruous along with a show which was basically aimed at young kids. OVERALL: Not a terrible night, all-in-all, but not a great night for the price. If you have young kids, I think they will get a kick out of it and overlook a few of the flaws. Older kids and adults will just have to wear it whilst the younger ones cheer and clap.
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Pic1971
Orlando, Florida
"Fun for Family!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 20, 2017 NEW
The staff was friendly, the entertainers were talented, and the food was good. We had a great time. We went with a teenager who enjoyed the show. There were little kids who seemed like they were having a great time as the show gets everyone involved.
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Christopher K
"Very Entertaining Night!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 20, 2017 NEW
Food and drinks were very good, show was a perfect blend of humor, action, and music. This dinner show is worth a visit if you want something different than the typical pony show.
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Jess A
Guelph, Canada
"Excellent show and dinner"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 19, 2017 NEW
Lots of fun action and a wonderful dinner too! The show was about two hours long, started with a small appetizer at 6:45 and mini show at 7pm. Seating then dinner and main show started at 7:30pm. Lots of audience participation. A fun evening for couples and families.
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craigprouty
Pubnico, Canada
"Pirates adventure "
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 16, 2017 NEW
Went to this tonight 4 of us 2 adults and 2 kids and we all had a blast , food was good and beer is included in the price ,3 of us participated in the show and this was very enjoyable, I would recommend this

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.