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A 1920's Murder Mystery at the Saloon

October 27th and 28th

$49 per guest

Join us for a fun filled dinner at the Historic Cobalt Manor. Grab your friends, get jazzed up in your snazziest zoot suit and flapper dress and enjoy a night that is sure to be the bee's knees.

Buster McNail is Whacked! Owner of The Big Tiger – the famous alleged speakeasy in Moonshine Gap – has been murdered, stabbed with a broken bottle of moonshine. His body – and the moonshine – was found during a police raid. His widow declared it a mystery where the illegal moonshine came from.

You are both a suspect and an investigator in the crime. You will go through six rounds of questions and answers in order to solve the mystery.

1920's dress is encouraged!

Our Murder Mystery dinner is served with four courses.

First course-

Waldorf Salad- Crisp Apples, grapes, celery and walnuts in a creamy dressing over chopped Romain.

Second course, choice of:

  • Manhattan Chowder- Crab and clams in a classic spicy tomato base.

  • Heirloom Tomato Basil Soup- Heirloom tomatoes and fresh basil in a creamy, dreamy soup.

Third Course, choice of:

  • Bourbon Glazed Ham served with sweet potato mash and mixed vegetables.

  • Vegetable Lasagna with fresh crostini.

  • Baked Chicken with Creamy Crab Bechamel, Duchess Potatoes, and mixed vegetables.

Fourth Course:

Pineapple Upside-down Cake with Bourbon Glaze

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