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What You'll Get
Dinner mystery theater combines several favorable literary genres—the deliciousness of a cookbook, the interactive abilities of a "Choose Your Own Adventure" novel, and the suspense of a farmer's almanac. Cook up a perfect evening with today's Groupon: for $30, you get a ticket to a performance by Murder Mystery Maniacs, plus food (a $60 value). This deal has been specifically created for Groupon users by Murder Mystery Maniacs.
With this deal, you'll take in a Murder Mystery Maniacs performance ($40) at the cozy Lakeview watering hole Cuna. Audience members can play along with the performance, carefully piecing together the clues to determine the culprit of the crimes committed—butlers in attendance are encouraged to not automatically assume that they are at fault. Snack off the suspense with delicious food ($20), including gourmet flatbreads layered with yummy toppings such as applewood-smoked bacon, apples and blue cheese, and goat cheese on arugula. Or try the pasta primavera, prepared with delicious vegetables and available with or without chicken. Three shows will be held each week, allowing guests to pick the most convenient time for satisfying their own faux-bloodlust urges.
Frustrated with dull banter at corporate events, birthday parties, and other forced social functions, Murder Mystery Maniacs owner David Wachtendonk founded the company in 2003 to spike the conversation punch bowl. Today, the creative collective has more than 40 murder mystery scenarios, top-notch equipment, and a brand-new retail location. Get your ticket for Murder Mystery Maniacs and enjoy an evening of socializing that's free of stories about Jennifer's Chihuahua or what Bill in human resources brought for lunch.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 25, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Must be at least 21 and have valid photo ID for alcoholic beverages. Online reservation required. Gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.