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Eating / Drinking, Dallas: 8 reviews and 11 photos

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Since I had a rental car while I was in Dallas in 1997, and didn't have anyone to eat with, I decided to go to a performance of Medieval Times one evening. I enjoyed it thoroughly. We entered the 11th century style 'castle' over a fish-filled moat beneath the drawbridge. After milling around in the main hall where we could view instruments of torture and other static displays, we were divided into groups and filed into the Grand Ceremonial Arena.

While we ate, the king and the knights played out a contest, where each group cheered for their own knight. The guys who did the jousting were VERY sexy, and while it was all pretend, with some anachronisms, it was a lot of fun.

Dress Code: Menu:
Garlic Bread
Vegetable Soup
Two Rounds of Select Beverages
Roasted Chicken
Spare Rib
Herb-Basted Potato
Pastry of the Castle

Adults $ 44.95
Child $30.95
(12 and under)
Tax and Gratuity not included.

Address: 2021 N. Stemmons Freeway
Directions: Near the World Trade Center
Phone: 1-888-WE-JOUST
Theme: Eating and Drinking
Website: http://www.medievaltimes.com/

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Sep 20, 2004
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