Choose Between Two Options
$20 for $40 worth of tavern dinner cuisine
$39 for one Medieval Madness dinner-show ticket ($59 value)
Once settled into banquet seating in a medieval-style hall, guests aged 6 or older dig into a four-course, family-style smorgasbord that has included dishes such as Gallantyne Pie, fresh-baked bread, rosemary fowl, and a seasonal dessert entirely without utensils. (The menu changes regularly.) Then audiences turn their attention to a 15th-century comedy show full of modern hilarity before getting a close-up view of an intense sword fight between fully armored knights. Of-age patrons can also pair their bites with included beer or raspberry mead. The PG-13 shows take place Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7 p.m. Doors open 30 minutes before each performance.
John Strongbow’s Tavern
John Strongbow fills plates with a blend of ancient and modern European cuisine, delivered straight to tables as soon as they're finished cooking. Root vegetables, such as boiled red potatoes and cinnamon roasted carrots, pair with heartier mains including tilapia stuffed with spinach, artichokes and creme and slow-roasted prime rib. For drink, the bar slings mead and beers, many of which date back centuries. One beer, Weihenstephaner, can trace its lineage back to 761, the same year beer pong was invented.