Dinner theater challenges audiences by blending the real and the imaginary, much like a neighbor who accuses you of giving her goiters with your brain. Enhance reality with this Groupon.
$78 for a Murder-Mystery Dinner Show for Two ($156.88 Total Value)
- Two tickets to an interactive murder mystery and a four-course dinner (a $139.98 value, including all fees)
- Two commemorative mugs (a $16.90 value)
Performances typically take place on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. Guests must wear business-casual or semiformal wear.
Dinner Detective Sacramento
Between rounds of a custom four-course meal, the Dinner Detective’s guests set their well-fed brains to sussing out who among them is a murderer. Groups of up to 80 dine on appetizers of vegetable spring rolls and steamed potstickers with hoisin sauce, warming them up for a high-energy, comedic investigation led by skilled improv actors posing as detectives, audience members, and talkative teapots. As guests dine on entrees, such as broiled salmon with lemon-dill sauce or vegetable ravioli with artichoke pesto and fire-roasted tomatoes, additional murders happen and clues are revealed. The best sleuth in the audience receives an award, with a dessert of cheese cake soothing the egos of audience members certain that Colonel Mustard was the culprit.
78% of 98 customers recommend
“Fun interactive experience!”
“Go with a fun playful attitude and you'll have a great time”
“Positives: 1) Great food! 2) Great show with fun actors; Negatives: 1) Very difficult to secure a reservation using Groupon as they only allow a limited number...”
“Positives: 1) Great food! 2) Great show with fun actors; Negatives: 1) Very difficult to secure a reservation using Groupon as they only allow a limited number per show and they sell out quickly. 2) Somehow when I did make my reservation I got charged an additional $9 per person...not sure what that was about. Given the choice I would probably do Suspects in Old Sacramento. It's cheaper and the show is just as good.”