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Great Smoky Mountain Mystery
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Riverview Factory Stores 2680 Teaster Ln Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
2680 Teaster LaneUSTennesseePigeon Forge37863
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3 reviews
"You don't complain that you've already run their card and give attitude."
"Our main waitress was plenty friendly, but the bar server was straight up rude."
"Collectively we paid $500.00 for the show plus tip."
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Katherine Lipovsky
6 months ago
We had a group of 10 go here as part of a bachelorette party. First of all, it was disappointing our bachelorette was not chosen as one of the featured audience members. They were aware we had a special event prior to the date. She was really looking forward to it all, and actually asked to leave early because she was so disappointed. (We stayed through the entire show though.) The food was awful. There was supposed to be chicken, but there was no meat on it. Biting into the chicken felt like a joke. The wings at 7-11 have more meat than the dry bird they serve you. The mash potatoes tasted sour, and the soup was condensed sodium. We had some vegetarians in our group, their meals were clearly microwaveable pasta. The service was hit or miss. Our main waitress was plenty friendly, but the bar server was straight up rude. I've worked at a dinner theater before, and if a patron asks for another drink you bring it to them with a smile whether or not the show is about to go up. You don't complain that you've already run their card and give attitude. The show, sweet lord the show. Being a performer myself I felt bad for these people. You can only do so much as an actor when you're presented with a script that reads as if it were written by a 9th grader for their theater project. The bathroom....well I had to take the top off the back of the toilet and fix it myself. The bowls had brown water stains that reminded me of a frat house in college. Those stains don't develop overnight. If there had been a brush, I would have cleaned it myself. Unless you plan on pounding shots before attending, best to skip this place. Better yet, just head straight to the bar. Collectively we paid $500.00 for the show plus tip. That money could have bought a lot of tequila around the corner at Margaritaville. Should've, would've could've...
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A Google User
2 years ago
A Google User
7 years ago
For the money they charge, I was expecting a little more sophisticated show, but it was enjoyable. Our kids, age 13 and 8 really liked it a lot. The food is very good, and the servers were all very friendly. There is no stage, so the show takes place around your tables. If you happen to have your back to the action you have to turn around the entire time. Round tables would be better than the long, cafeteria style they have set up now. It's a nice change from all the down-home country style entertainment in this area.
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