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    Pirates in Buena Park

    Anyone been to the new Pirates dinner show in Buena Park, CA?

    I've been to Medieval Times, and I know that Pirates replaced the old Wild Bill's, but I haven't seen any reviews yet (I think it's only been open a few months).

    I have a 3-year old who I'm sure would love either, but I wanted anyone's opinion if they've been to one or both.

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    Re: Pirates in Buena Park

    Yes I have - took my wife and youngest daughter there last summer.

    We had a great time - think Medieval Times, only with pirates, and with a LOT of appetizers and a mini-show before the actual meal & show.

    I think you'll enjoy it!
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    Re: Pirates in Buena Park

    I believe it was on trip advisor that I checked it out. Based on reviews I read, and the menu we went to Medieval Times for a second time instead.

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    Re: Pirates in Buena Park

    Has been open for well over a year now. The Wolfpack went back in the spring of last year. We had a blast, and the food was pretty good also! Not repeatable like Medievel Times is, but still well worth a visit!
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    Re: Pirates in Buena Park

    Hated It. Go to Medievel Times way better. Although your 3 year old would love it kids get to interact. But show quality was awful. This was during previews I saw it so might be better now.


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    Re: Pirates in Buena Park

    We went last march (2006) and it was just OK.... Wouldn't go again.
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    Re: Pirates in Buena Park

    It"s a decent show,but wouldn't bring a 3 year old. Maybe 5 and up?! Go with Medieval Times At this age!

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