Guests dine on a buffet featuring Italian favorites such as lasagna, Chicken Alfredo, and pasta while helping actors crack the mystery case
What You'll Get
- Dinner includes: Italian buffet salad, entree, bread, soft drink, and dessert
- Click here to view the calendar of upcoming performances
- Length of performance: 1 hour
Show: “Who Killed Minnie Lou?”
- When: January 9, 23, and February 6, 2020
- Minnie Lou is a washed-up country singer trying to reinvent herself. Guests join in as friends and family to pitch their best ideas for hour online business. Who would kill to get in on the idea? Music and mayhem are on the menu.
Show: “Who killed Mama Lasagna?”
- When: February 13, 14, and 27, 2020
- Guests join in as the local Godmother celebrates her birthday with the most dysfunctional mafia family ever. When these many wise guys get together for dinner, murder is always on the menu.
Show: “Who killed Marie Empanada?”
- When: March 12, 19, and 26, 2020
- Celebrity psychic Marie Empanada brings back celebrities from the good old days. Guests meet celebs like Elvis, Judy Garland, Jimi Hendricks, Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Lucille Ball, Frank Sinatra, Billie Holiday, and more.
- Dress code: Dressing as celebs from the day recommended
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. 20% service fee on additional food and beverage purchases. Online reservations including OpenTable will not be accepted. Limit 5 per person, may buy 5 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 30 days. Subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.
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.