The crime committed most often during mealtime is reaching over someone else to get the salt, which is why it's always a welcome distraction when a murder is committed instead. Enjoy a side of mystery with your meal with today's Groupon: for $99, you get a murder-mystery dinner for two from Dinner With The Mob at Sugo Restaurant in Roswell (a $270 value). The dinners take place every Wednesday night from December 21 through March 7 at 7 p.m.
Dinner With The Mob's cast of seedy characters engages audiences with an evening of laughs, intrigue, and suspense in an interactive murder-mystery performance paired with a three-course meal. Diners nestle into Sugo Restaurant’s swanky interior, nibbling an appetizer of gourmet meatballs stuffed with roasted tomatoes and dates. The meal proceeds with the insalata misto, topping mixed greens with caramelized radishes and onions, shallots, grape tomatoes, and mozzarella.
A selection of entrees follows, including pork braciole or chicken cacciatore, accompanied by two glasses of wine as professional actors cavort through the dining room, setting the mood for the 90-minute whodunit-style show. While guffawing at the show's comical antics and swaying to the musical numbers, guests gasp in horror as they analyze clues and study evidence to reveal the murderer and who nabbed the last breadstick. Two or three grisly mob-related crimes will take place throughout the evening, and postmeal the most talented detectives-in-training receive awards for the most cracked cases as the murderers are dragged away in cheesecake-covered handcuffs.
Vegetarian and gluten-free options are available; please mention dietary needs when booking.
Dinner With The Mob
Dinner With The Mob's cast of seedy characters engages audiences with an evening of laughs, intrigue, and suspense in an interactive murder-mystery performance paired with a three-course meal. Members of the talented troupe have sharpened dramatic slaying skills on the small screen in CSI and Criminal Minds, and a Grammy-winning music director adds tense tunes to each whodunit. Sugo Restaurant’s blood-red walls and antique photos serve as a swanky backdrop to the PG-13 show’s mob-related crimes and post-curtain-call algebra quiz.