This dinner theater, opened in 1988, is located in a former speakeasy that must be entered from the back. It conducts a 1920s gangster production with pretend-massacres and girls in tight-fitting flapper outfits, trading quick-witted dialogs as you stuff your face. It is cheesy, but can be fun if you can move yourself past the kitsch factor, and the fact that Chicago has been trying to shed its gangster image for over 60 years. Admission charges vary, depending on what your dinner selection is. The small menu offers various steaks, fish and poultry options. Prices include the dinner and show for two; alcohol is additional. Doors open for shows at 18:00 Wednesday-Thursday, 19:00 Friday, 18:00 Saturday, and 17:30 Sunday.