Hoop Dee Doo Musical Revue takes place in Pioneer Hall at Fort Wilderness Campgrounds. It's a large two-story venue filled with tables facing the Pioneer Hall stage. A very rustic dining hall reminiscent of a log cabin with wood beams and candle-lite lantern chandeliers. Tables are set with red table clothes, metal plates and checkered napkins, which you'll be encouraged to use during the show.
|Pioneer Hall - Fort Wilderness|
Those napkins I mentioned, well you're encouraged to swing those around during one part of the show. That's not the only crowd participation, they also look for those with birthdays, anniversaries (which we were celebrating) and other special occasions. If getting on stage has been a dream, well for the finale you might even be picked by the performers to join in.
The menu consists of American fare and it's all-you-can-eat so you won't be leaving hungry. Served family-style is garden salad, corn bread, mashed potatoes, cowboy beans, fried chicken, smoked barbecue pork ribs and strawberry shortcake. The menu also includes all-you-can-drink soft drinks, lemonade, ice tea, milk, apple juice, draft beer, wine and sangria.
Drinks arrive first in Ball canning jars, followed by the food in metal buckets. Everything comes out family-style and if you want more all you have to do is ask (this includes the beer, wine and sangria!).
|Smoked Pork Ribs|
The service is great! Often in restaurants that are family-style you become a little bit forgot, but not at Hoop Dee Doo. Our server Mark was fantastic! He made sure we never needed anything, including alcohol. He was friendly and a lot of fun.
I was a little hesitant about the dining experience and the food but found it to be fantastic. The menu isn't anything unusual but it is really good for what it is. You'll definitely be entertained by the actors! Will I be going back? Definitely!
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