Pirate's Dinner Adventure in Orlando, FL

Pirate's Dinner Adventure6400 Carrier DriveOrlando, FL 32819
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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 the 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.
  • Cheer on your ship’s pirate as they participate in an incredible adventure.
  • 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 $6 parking fee due at the door.


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

Set sail on the high seas on board a pirate ship anchored in a 300,000-gallon indoor lagoon for swashbuckling thrills, combined with the perfect blend of comedy, romance, action and adventure. Enjoy breathtaking feats of aerial agility and spectacular musical talent as you dine on a Port of Call Feast. In addition, more than 150 guests have the chance to play an actual role in each show as the evil Captain Sebastian the Black leads his crews of renegades. Watch out though as an angry sea dragon threatens the very existence of the pirate crew!

This interactive adventure offers a great diversity of acts such as aerial tricks, sword fights, romance, comedy and more. Become a pirate when you get on-board of an 18th century Spanish Galleon with all our adventurous pirates. Enjoy all the talent that is offered to you while you are served a delicious 3 course meal - salad, main and dessert. Beware a feroucious dragon threatens the safety of everyone on the ship! Be a part of it all and honor our motto "Be the Pirate, live the adventure!"

Reserve Orlando Customer Reviews

20 Reviews
Brittany Lamendola
1 Review
"Save Your Money"
September, 2018
I would not recommend coming here at all. If you go at least only do the sales, do not pay full price. There are plenty of other dinner shows in the area that are so much better. We had an amazing experience here before the remodel, they must be under new management and or ownership.

When entering, the woman who checked us in was very nice. Taking the pictures was fun but when we purchased the booklet the pictures were extremely elongated and they are the same way on the online download code. When spending $40 on the pictures it would be nice to have the option of having them as a standard size.

When going to our table we had no one to guide us. Any show I have ever gone to there are attendants who guide you to your seat or at least are at the entrance of the stage and point it out to you. Juggling four children in a crowd to find your seats is a little challenging.

We found are seats and sat down, there was not enough setware for us. When we finally saw our server we only had an option of coke or water. Considering this is a show targeted for young children you would think they would offer a non caffeinated flavored beverage. I asked for a drink menu and after 15 minutes when we finally saw our server, I asked again. I was told that the bartenders have to take our order and give us the menu, that he should have came by already. After another 20 minutes the server asked if a bartender came by and he had not. I let him know that I was no longer worried about it.

After 45 minutes the bartender finally came and said, “So you want a drink”. He would not even make eye contact with me and acted like I was bothering him? I declined to get a drink after waiting so long. After this, the server came up to me and confronted me about not getting a drink from the bartender and wanted to know why??? In addition, you pour your own drinks and have a pitcher just sitting at your table. If I have a server I expect to be served, not have a food runner(especially if they expect us to tip after the dinner show. The server was only to be found when bringing out food.

The food was very small portioned and disgusting. The salad was completely soggy, not fresh. All the food came lukewarm and was hardly edible. The adult chicken was slimy and the childrens chicken nuggets were rubbery and tasted like salt, as well as tasted like they were microwaved. The food did not come at the same time for everyone. People received entrees in front of us and 20 minutes later we received ours. Yet the food was sitting stacked up on server trays?

I hate to touch on the act itself because I know the cast must work very hard but this new cast was nothing like the old cast, it lacked the wow factor. You could tell they were struggling, sometimes they just seemed the lack to care. It came across very rehearsed and did not flow smoothly, very forced. They just did not have the same skills as the previous cast. The last 30 minutes they had lost the crowd completely, everyone seemed over it. Maybe over time they will find their flow.

When the show was over they had us exit in the back where you end up straight into the parking lot? They had multiple service trays on the stairs with bus tubs filled with dirty dishes that you had to maneuver around( fire code violation). They had all the lights on and were immediately setting up for the next show, taking things apart, putting things back, everyone starting to act out of character; taking away the magic. Why not wait till the guest leave? We did not purchase items in the gift shop before the show since we assumed we would be able to after the show.

Running a business, I would want to ensure repeat business; especially in Orlando when there are so many other options. I would want my bartenders hustling, pushing drinks out. I would want my servers attending to the guests. I would want some of my cast interacting with the guest after the show, building relationships. I would want people exiting through the gift shop to possibly obtain sales.

To be a dinner show you need to not only have a great act but the food to match. Being in the service industry I know what service should be provided and this place is completely lacking. It all falls down to poor management. Unfortunately, we will not be returning.
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Tip: Make sure you have cash since they charge for parking.

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Joseph Swain
1 Review
"The food is horrible"
September, 2018
My wife and I went to the Sept. 7th 2018 show at 7:30 pm. The first thing you should know is they charge six dollars for parking. The show was entertaining for children. The food was horrible. The salad was soggy lettuce. The chicken was boiled chicken I think with a brown gravy from a can that tasted like a tin can and the dessert was two tiny pieces of frozen cake. My wife and I took about three bites of the food and my wife actually began to feel sick. Half way through the show we got up and I did speak to carlos the manager who offered to give us free tickets to another show. My wife and I both declined this. I would not even go back to this show for free.
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Tip: Eat before you go and bring $6 with you for parking.

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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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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
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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Roxboro, North Carolina
"Was great! "
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed November 19, 2018 NEW
We had a great time, all adults, but it was really a family show a whole lot of audience participants.
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Rollinsford, New Hampshire
"Enthralling, exciting and fun for the whole family!!"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed November 19, 2018 NEW
This was a great experience!! You're immersed in swashbuckling atmosphere from the moment you arrive. There is a welcome sign and a pirate ship playground for the kids while you are waiting. When you are let inside to check in, you're led to a souvenir photo area (because Orlando!!) and then into a large waiting room with a bar, some high top tables and a gift purchasing area. There is also a VIP lounge area in the back for people who paid extra. The lines for the bar were long... I waited at one for a while (like 15 minutes) and was repeatedly look at, then ignored so I made my way to the other and was promptly waited on. I bought the souvenir cups for all of us and regretted it. Nobody came to refill them the entire night, and the math on what I purchased didn't add up, but I was too tired to squabble over it at the end of the night (I was told it was $16 for the souvenir cup with alcoholic beverage and $8 for souvenir cup with soda for my kids. I bought two kids and one adult... and somehow it cost $40??) I know better than to purchase these as we actually lived in the Orlando area for a short time and visit often... But they still got me. So you know it had to be good marketing! For me, the time in the waiting area was too long. I had my three kids with me alone, and there isn't much to do in this area except listen to them beg for souvenirs. There are not enough tables for people to sit, and there were too many people around for me to be comfortable letting my one year old down to walk herself- which meant I was holding her for about a half hour while I waited. Yes, my arms were extremely tired by the time we were let in. After a while in the waiting area, there is an intro performance which kind of explains what is going on with the pirates. Then everyone is sorted and let into the main dining area by the color team they have been assigned. We were red which was assigned to Cutthroat Jack, and my kids loved our pirate!! He made a comment about how he thought my daughter and I were sisters (ha!) and was very nice to us throughout. In fact, during the performance at one point that he didn't need to be onstage, he came and sat next to us and chatted with my daughter for a bit!! That was super awesome. The show itself was amazing. Really fun and interactive. My son was being a crank, so of course he didn't participate when they called all the kids on stage... and then later regretted it because they got to do a parade around the theatre in pirate gear! The food was so so, but I wasn't expecting it to blow me away at a dinner show... I actually loved that this was a two for one with the show and the food together! That makes a single Mom's life much easier :) I will be completely honest and say that I personally did not get the experience I had hoped for- but I can't blame this on them... I just had two overtired little kids with me that day. My one year old was cranky and crying most of the time and my 5 year old son (whom I had mostly booked this for!!) was overtired and "bored" (how in the world this is possible with pirates flying around you and sword fights happening is beyond me)... Lesson learned to myself that next time, the 7:30 show is too late for us. The show doesn't really get started until after 8 and goes almost until 10. If I was to return, or if I was to recommend to friends who had young children, I might advise them to book the earlier showing on a weekend day. I had thought 7:30 on Friday would work fine for us and that 5:30 would be too early for eating. But you actually sit in the "waiting" area for a while and don't get your food for a bit. So there's my two cents for families. I definitely recommend this experience for families looking for a good dinner show that will pack in a lot of fun for less expense than the shows at Disney or even Medieval Times. This one is often on Groupon (that's where I found it!) and is very reasonably priced when it coincides with a promo code.
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"Absolute MUST experience for all ages!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 17, 2018 NEW
Came here for my 40th birthday with a party of four and had so much fun. I got to play one of the games as part of the show. One of the members of my party is Jewish and was expecting to just enjoy the show and not eat and the staff went above and beyond to make sure he had kosher food to eat and was well take care of. The show was incredible, the food was great, but the overall experience was made the best because of the staff and how well we were treated. If you are in the area or planning a trip to Orlando, you have to go see this show.
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"Excellent evening!!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 16, 2018 NEW
Great show! Full of adventure, special effects, singing, acrobatics and fighting. They are really great at involving the audience, especially children!! But my husband and I really loved it! The food was good but the show was excellent. The pre-show ambience and drinks were well worth coming an hour early and hanging out.
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TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 14, 2018 NEW
I had a fantastic time at this show. I went to their 8:30pm showing with a group of adult ladies for a ladies night out in Orlando. We purchased Landlubber tickets that came with a dinner, two free alcoholic beverages, and seats up close. Even though I'm not crazy about pirates, my friends and I had an AMAZING time! The food was delicious. I was served chicken with mashed potatoes and roasted veggies. The chicken fell apart at the bone and was so juicy, tender, and filled with flavor. I thoroughly enjoyed my meal, almost as much as I enjoyed the show! It was super interactive and I loved that the crowd was given the opportunity to take part in the show (GO CAPTAIN JACK!!) I felt my inner child come out that night. The show was funny, with cool tricks and stunts, and the pirates never broke character. I can only imagine how amazing of an experience this must've been for the kids who attended, especially if they walked in already loving pirates! Our server, Thomas, did a spectacular job and was always available if we needed assistance and willing to answer questions we had. He served us delicious food with a smile and charming personality! I could see the love and hard work put into the show, and it was one of the highlights of my night when visiting Orlando. Thanks for the great experience!!
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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 Bacon wedge salad with tomatoes, red onions and dressing or Tomato Bisque soup for the first course.

The second course includes a choice of the following meals:

  • Treasure’s Chicken — Flame-kissed all-natural chicken, Yukon gold potato purée, roasted corn succotash, crispy onions, garlic Demi-glaze.
  • Vegetarian/Vegan/Gluten Free Pasta - Gluten-free penne pasta, basil pesto, roasted vegetables and Parmesan cheese (cheese can be left out).
  • 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 their choice of dulce de Leche mousse cake with whipped cream and fresh berries or caramel Chocolate Mousse cake with whipped cream and fresh berries. Soft drinks and coffee are served during the main show, with a cash bar available as well. Complimentary soda and one round of beer are served with your meal. No drinks are included in the pre-show.

Are specialty or vegetarian meals available upon request?
Yes. Pirate’s Dinner Adventure offers a vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free meal 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 the 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 (90 minutes) before the show and we have complimentary appetizers and a cash bar. This is where we start the storyline for the show. There is a limited amount of seating in the pre-show. It is mostly standing.

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.

What should I wear?
Make the most of your adventure and wear your Pirate attire to the show! Please, no nudity. Comfortable attire is recommended.