Happy Sunday 🙂
Last night we had a great time at a Murder Mystery Dinner. It was held at the Zuhrah Shrine Center in Minneapolis in one of the banquet halls. We showed up in our Gangster Era clothes and had a great dinner and a fun night! The food was catered by Buca’s — Twin Cities readers will hopefully recognize that name 🙂
Dinner started with some appetizers: bruschetta, cheese/salami with crackers — we don’t have cheese in our house very often since Jason doesn’t eat dairy, but I sure enjoy it once in a while!
A salad with gobs of dressing. I had a few bites and had to call it quits! But the crusty bread sure tasted good!
The main entree was Pesto Penne with Chicken and Broccoli: (the other option was spaghetti and meatballs)
and for dessert, a Cannoli:
After one bite I decided I didn’t like it — This was my first cannoli and it sure didn’t taste very good.
All in all the night was fun — I didn’t take many picture because it was just a lot of talking between the actors who walked around and acted while we ate. They’d go from table to table and we could ask them questions to hopefully figure out who killed Tony and Louie. I tried to pay attention but I gave up pretty quickly 🙂
Jason participated in the best costume contest. You can see him on the far left (and those are the actors on the stage):
The guy next to him (with the big cigar and fake gun) won! We should have had props! I had spent too much time of Saturday trying to make a flapper dress for myself and ended up wearing some of my regular clothes. I added the pearls and had fishnet stockings to at least show an effort in dressing up!
Needless to say we didn’t “win” — Jason and I each guessed the wrong person. It was so hard to keep track of who said what — the rum and cokes probably didn’t help…
*Would you rather see a movie or a play?
*How did you spend your Saturday?
Enjoy your Sunday!