- $69 for a murder-mystery show with an Italian dinner buffet for two ($120 value)
Important mafia families—and their head honchos, like Al Capone, Don Corleone, and Tony Soprano—gather for their annual meeting. Unsurprisingly, when mobsters get together, mayhem ensues. Customers enjoy an Italian dinner buffet while assisting actors in uncovering whodunnit.
Since its inception in 1974, Birraporetti's has melded Italian cooking with a traditional Irish-pub atmosphere, serving hand-tossed pizzas baked in their stone oven alongside robust Irish coffee and spirits. CBS Houston highlighted its oven-fired pizzas as some of the best in the city, specifically lauding the house bianco pizza for eschewing traditional ingredients such as tomato sauce and shredded copies of the Mona Lisa. The kitchen remains open until midnight to accommodate late-night cravings, yet the chefs still rise in time to serve Sunday jazz brunches replete with made-to-order waffles, omelets, and desserts served amid live jazz performances.