An elaborate palace on the outside, this arena has seating for more than 1,200 on the inside. Its dinner show, complete with about 50 horses and 20 performers, centers on the quest of a princess to find her true love, and includes a buffoonish genie who may or may not be amusing, a chariot race, and an intricate dance on horseback. Dinner is served during the show, with choices that include pot roast on puff pastry, pulled pork with barbecue sauce, and chicken tenders.
You can purchase kosher meals up to 24 hours before the show. Make reservations and ask about discounts, which are also available when booking online.