Our table guests all purchased tickets a couple of months in advance of the event and we all looked forward to attending. However, we were all more than disappointed not only in the quality of the food, the small portions we were served, and the lack of professionalism of how the murder mystery portion of the evening was presented. Back to the food: extremely small portions (one of our guests only had two soup spoons of mushroom soup), the salad was suppose to be a beet salad which in reality was a small portion of Romain lettuce with three croutons a a splash of dressing, the linquine was a baby sized portion with two small sections of tomato and one 1"" piece of aspperagus, the stuffed chicken was so dry (and virtually no stuffing) and hard to swallow that most at our table ate but half or less of it. In fact, the first piece served one guest was burned to a crisp on the bottom. The advertised dessert never was served to us. As far as the ""Game"" part of the evening went, two words, Too Long! The facilitator kept talking about Ireland using the same game for what reason it impacted us I don't know, and was using a microphone to tell the 300 guests scattered through out the building what to do next, but she yelled so loudly, it was very annoying and unnerving . So, would I recommend this to anyone else? Easy to answer, NO. For that kind of money, you're much better off heading to St.Elmos!