My whole family went for my sister's 50th. With my mom being ultra-conservative, we called for more info about the show. We were told it was ""PG"" at the most, and was appropriate for all ages. Children under 2 were free.\r
The show was full of tasteless puns. ""Master Bates"" was one character. Both of my children are under 2. One didn't even get a plate of food or a beverage, since we brought a jar of baby food and bottles. We were charged for both of my sons. $12.50 for an 8-month old who didn't do anything but smile and play.\r
The food was bland and tasteless. There is no menu. You get a vegetable chowder (ours was scorched), baked chicken(mine was undercooked), baked potato, steamed veggies, and cheesecake. The wench wouldn't exchange my undercooked chicken, and apparently the whole batch of soup was scorched, which stunk up the place. Salt is only provided by sending a woman, and only a woman, to kneel on one knee and beg for a little container of salt. Pepper is on the table in a shaker.\r
Some of our drinks were poorly made, and they refused to remake. My thought is if you order a $17 drink, it should be made correctly. My sister (the birthday girl) got charged for her order and, upon checking with her bank, another table's charges of $160. She is still trying to get that money back.\r
My suggestion is, for anyone wanting to go to Royal Dumpe, put your mind in the gutter if you want to laugh. Bring your own salt. Stick with the beer. Expect bland food. PAY CASH. Leave the young ones at home.
Pros: Unique experience
Cons: Terrible food, drinks, and they are dishonest.