Fool around during dinner at Boston's legendary Medieval Manor, where a bawdy but light hearted romp through the dark ages has been on the menu for the past forty years. There's no time like the present to join in the interactive fun (or just laugh along) with the King, Minstrel, Jester, Oaf and Wenches as they entertain one and all with slapstick and song. Birthday, anniversary, retirement, bachelor or bachelorette party? Office buds or company event? Date night? Bringing family or friends? Welcome to the fun house!
Most guests add to their fun with our six course feast, eaten without fork, knife or spoon. It begins with warm loaves of bread, then pepper cheese trenchers and mussels. Faux dragon soup, beef rib and salad precede the final course, roasted herbed chicken with steamed carrots. Cakes (some customers bring cupcakes) are available with 24 hours notice, as are vegetarian substitutes or side orders of additional ribs.
While feasting, refill your glasses from full pitchers of dark or light beer, carafes of red or white wine, virgin mead or a bottled diet root beer by redeeming flagon tokens, one token per person. Mixed drinks and bottled beer, soda or wine can also be purchased from the cash bar.
Can We Just Show Up?
Not a good idea. We prepare meals and arrange tables based on advance reservations. If some parties arrive smaller than intended, we may be able to accommodate you.
Is It 21+?
Yes and no. Minors can come with parent(s) or with manager's approval. No one under 18 is permitted at the 8:45 Saturday show.
Can We Take Photos?
Still yes, video no. Please be discreet with flash photography and send us copies to put online, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I Choose Where We Sit?
Well, sort of. You can request specific seating (your own table, a certain server, in front, on the side etc.) and we will do our best. To make it as easy as possible to fulfill your request, your entire party needs to arrive as soon as the doors open. We cannot hold seats forever.
Can My Friends Call And Join Us?
Sorry, the only way we can guarantee they sit at your table is if you change your deposited reservation or if you buy tickets online and share your reservation code. This is intended to expedite seating to everyone's benefit as too much time spent at check-in can shorten the show.
Is It Still All You Can Drink?
Never has been.
What Will The Vegetarian In Our Party Be Served?
We request 24 hours notice for substitutes. everyone (including omnivores) gets pepper cheese trenchers (pizza), salad and steamed carrots. A vegan version of the beef based gluten/lactose free faux dragon soup is available. Substitutes for the beef rib and chicken are a vegetable crudite with humus and a red bean and rice stuffed pepper respectively. Nothing is offered in place of the mussels. Oh well, to shell with 'em.
And Those Who Can't Have Gluten?
Not to worry.There is no hidden gluten (soy sauce, malt, etc.). if it looks like bread (or beer) it is. Except for the pound cake mix there is no raw flour in the house.
What About Peanuts?
Not an issue. There are no nuts or nut products in any menu item (including peanuts). The only "nuts" are one or two performers in the king's court and the occasional customer.
Do We Even Have To Eat?
No. However, some discounts require everyone included in your reservation choose the Royal Treatment. If someone chooses to give away their chicken we won't cry fowl.
We're Coming In A Bus. Is The Parking Free?
Only in monopoly. If your bus arrives when the gated lot opens, we can usually back it in and charge you $10. Most buses and limousines prefer to park on the street in front of our buliding or one block over on Traveler Street. Drivers are welcomed to watch the show from the back (and eat for free).
What Am I Coming To See? Is It Like The One In Florida?
We do not try to send you back in time - just give you a great one. Our comedic roots are in vaudeville and burlesque. No horses or barnyard aromas but laugh out loud interaction between a talented cast and an audience who frequently bring a variety of life celebrations to the "King".
disclaimer:pricing and availability subject to change.
It's all for fun and fun for all at Boston's legendary Medieval Manor, where a bawdy but light hearted interactive romp through the dark ages has been on the menu for almost forty years. As the King, Minstrel, Jester, Oaf and Wenches entertain with "adult" slapstick and song, you'll feast on six courses without fork, knife or spoon. Pepper cheese trenchers, mussels, Faux Dragon soup, beef rib and salad precede the final course of roasted herbed chicken with steamed carrots. While feasting, refill your glasses from full pitchers of dark or light beer, carafes of Chablis or Burgundy (or Virgin Mead for non drinkers) by redeeming flagon tokens, one token per person.