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Mystery Dinner Theatre - You Play the Part, Hunt for Clues, & Solve the Crime - 1 Reviews - Bistro Romano Restaurant, 120 Lombard St. (at S Front Street), Philadelphia, PA - Special Occasion Dining Reviews - Phone (215) 238-1313

Mystery Dinner Theatre - You Play the Part, Hunt for Clues, & Solve the Crime

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Bistro Romano Restaurant, 120 Lombard St. (at S Front Street)
Philadelphia, PA 19147
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Mystery Dinner Theatre - You Play the Part, Hunt for Clues, & Solve the Crime - Philadelphia, PA
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My wife and I really enjoyed our night out at the Mystery Dinner Theatre. The show was a lot of fun, we even played a part in the performance. There were a couple muscial number...

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Great Evening 5/24/2004

My wife and I really enjoyed our night out at the Mystery Dinner Theatre. The show was a lot of fun, we even played a part in the performance. There were a couple muscial numbers. It reminded me of the Sopranos. Pros: Reasonable Price, Great Date Night, Good Food more
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Owner Message

  • We offer you a unique and challenging form of theatre. This is your chance to play the part, hunt for clues, and solve the crime. Get to know the characters. Even their off-hand comments are full of clues. So when the characters talk amongst themselves, that's the time to be quiet and listen. Get in the spirit of the performance. Who knows? YOU might be the murderer ... or the victim!

    Housed at the Bistro Romano, the building was originally the residence of a wealthy shipping merchant. Subsequently, it was a terminus on the underground railroad, then converted to a seed warehouse in 1914, and since 1973, has been home to the restaurant. The open-beam ceilings, hearth-brick walls and soft lighting make Bistro Romano's bar and dining room a warm, informal setting for a friendly conversation, romantic rendezvous or business talk.

Editorial

  • Dine with drama during weekend dinner theater performances at this historic Society Hill Italian bistro; All dinner guests participate.

  • 9/26/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Thu 4:30pm-10pm Fri-Sat 4.30pm-11pm Sun 4pm-10 pm
  • Payments:

    Visa, American Express, Master Card, Diner's Club, Discover, Carte Blanche
  • Neighborhoods:

    Center City, Washington Square West