- Dinner & a show for two!
- Bringing magic to Southern California since 1994
- Enjoy a mouth-watering meal by The Rib Trader
- Food served by costumed characters from the show
- Merlin the Magician does everything from sleight of hand magic to grand illusion
- Perfect for families & kids of all ages!
Paying $60 for dinner—one that includes ribs, no less--and a time-proven show is quite a steal. Make it $30 and you’ve got one incredible deal. Grab this offer for half off Merlin’s Magic Dinner Show for yourself and a companion and prepare to enjoy good food and “a night of wit and wizardry!”
Housed in the banquet room of world-famous Rib Trader restaurant, Merlin’s renaissance-style Magic & Comedy Dinner Theater has been entertaining Southern Californians of all ages since 1994. Dine on generous portions of satisfying grub (specifically, ribs, chicken, corn bread, coleslaw, vegetable soup) as you engage with the masterful and witty Merlin and are tended to by “serving wenches". Once the official show begins, there’s a ton of interactive fun as Merlin calls on audience volunteers to assist with sleight of hand tricks and other antics. If you’re a fan of magic, comedy, hearty food, and tempting beverages, grab this deal and look forward to a casual, fun-filled evening at Merlin’s Magic Dinner Show. Your tummy shall rumble no more, mirth will overcome you, and your eyes will behold the magic of the amazing Merlin!
Q: Is this suitable for a 5 year old? Also, if i wanted to bring 2 more people would yhwy be able to sit next tobus with this deal?
Abigail Smith, posted October 22 at 7:15 AM
Per the Highlights & Fine print:•Perfect for families & kids of all ages! (No room for strollers though) and you can use 2 deals per table as each voucher is valid for 2 people. You would rsvp for 4 people.
Spreedbird, posted October 22 at 5:01 PM
Q: I have a 12 year old son so there would be three of us, can I purchase something for him seperately if he came with us?
Lynnette, posted October 22 at 11:02 AM
Deal is valid for 2 people so you would just pay normal price for your son.
Spreedbird, posted October 22 at 5:03 PM
Q: Is there an age limit? We want to bring our 8 year old son.. what would the cost be for him?
Natali, posted October 22 at 12:10 PM
Per the highlights & fine print: •Perfect for families & kids of all ages! You can purchase 2 deals (valid for 4 people max) or just pay the regular price for your son.
Spreedbird, posted October 22 at 5:02 PM
Q: Is it $30.00 for two meals and show, or $30.00 per person? I read info and fine print several times, and I need clarification, please.
Robin, posted October 22 at 7:13 PM
Per Fine Print •Deal is valued for 2 customers (meaning $30 per person for a value of $60). Hope that clarifies it for you :) Basically buy one get one free
Spreedbird, posted October 23 at 12:49 PM
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