Crime and Pun-ishment – SOLD OUT
Saturday, June 27
Cocktail Gathering: 6:00 PM-6:30 PM
(Includes complimentary Beer, Wine and Signature Drink Gin Rickey)
Boarding of Dinner Train: 6:45 PM
Dinner Train / Murder Mystery: 7:00 PM-9:30 PM
(Includes table appetizer, salad, entree, dessert and table wine)
$149.99 per person (age 18+ Only)
MULTIPLE RESERVATIONS WILL BE SEATED TOGETHER TO FILL TABLES TO ENSURE THE BEST INTERACTIVE EXPERIENCE.
After entering number of First Chosen Entree, click add to cart and then click on x in upper right corner of the Shopping Cart box. Repeat for each type of meal ticket you are choosing)
Tickets will be at your table upon boarding. They will not be mailed or emailed.
Ladies, be sure to get in character by dressing in your best 1920’s flapper dress complete with feathered headband and boa. Fellas, don those fedoras and pin stripe suits to get into the real swing of things. Enjoy a cocktail gathering before your 2.5 hour fully immersive Dinner Train experience where you will have to help find out just who-dun-it. The culprit could be any of the guests you boarded with so use caution! During your trip you will be served our signature Essex Clipper fare along with premium cocktail selections from the cash bar. Experience the elegance of the Roaring 20s aboard our beautiful turn of the century Pullman Dining cars, just don’t let the glitz and glamour distract you, danger is around every turn!
Crime and Pun-ishment
Things take a turn for the gutter at Mafia Don Lou Zar’s juice joint when someone is put on ice! The crowd is chock-full of potential suspects. Jealous, jilted lovers, a rival Mafioso, and a pair of undercover feds make an appearance at this speakeasy, and not a single person is muttering a word! Help find out who’s on the level and who’s on the lam by trading clues with your guests, gathering information, and solving the crime before the murderer hotfoots it out of there!
Dress for this night of murderous mayhem includes flapper dresses, zoot suits, feather boas, headbands, pinstriped suits, and fedoras. If you aren’t feeling that jive, you can dress as a private detective to help solve the crime. Just don’t frame the wrong guy!