Myrtle Beach, S.C.

102 THINGS TO DO IN MYRTLE BEACH
48. Dinner Shows

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Dinner Shows

There’s something about the combination of food and entertainment that just seems right — most of us do it all the time at home, watching television and eating dinner on the couch. But several entertainment venues in Myrtle Beach allows visitors to enjoy a meal and a show alongside fellow vacationers. Whether you’re in the mood for a good old murder mystery, a trip back in time to the age of horse-riding knights in armor, or a journey on the high seas with pirates, you can experience all of the excitement while filling up on some good grub at one of the many Myrtle Beach dinner show theaters.

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament

from 41 reviews

Back before nuclear weapons and drones, brave and honorable knights fought it out on horseback, jousting to decide who ruled the land. Head out to the castle to enjoy a four-course meal of roasted chicken, ribs, garlic bread, soup, and a pastry dessert while you cheer on your side’s men. In addition to the jousting, the show also features excellent horsemanship, falconry, and possibly a surprise ending.

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Pirate's Voyage

from 52 reviews

Dolly Parton’s newest dinner show is an adventure on the high seas, featuring pirates and buccaneers, live animals, and original music composed by the Grammy-winning singer herself. And while you take in all of the action, you’ll be served a feast of vegetable soup, buccaneer bread, half-roasted chicken, BBQ pork, corn on the cob, baked potato, and an apple pie. Arrrggghhh!

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Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre at House of Blues

from 32 reviews

This live comedy whodunit puts you and the rest of the audience right into the middle of a murder investigation, and not only are you a suspect, but you’re also expected to solve the case! While trying to solve the mystery, guests will dine on a House of Blues salad, New Orleans-style Chicken Breast, and Key Lime Pie. It’s a PG-13 show, more or less, so parents are encouraged to use their own discretion.

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