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Enjoy a fun evening out with your husband, wife, boyfriend or girlfriend (or just make it a hot date with someone new.) A lively evening of dinner theatre can be a great romantic date, and it isn’t the old stuffy experience many people used to think it was. Try visiting the Welk Resort Theatre, located in Escondido, California where you can enjoy a Broadway-calibur show, dinner and drinks all in the same location.
The Welk Resort brings many huge titles to the stage. From How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying to Forever Plaid, Spamalot, Hairspray and more there are lots of great shows to choose from. You can also catch some big names touring through like JoAnne Worley or Mitzi Gaynor, so clearly this is a popular destination theatre for many in the performing arts. All shows can be purchased as a show-only or you can enjoy the dinner buffet or Sunday brunch buffet if you decide that the matinee is more your speed.
Plus this is not your average dinner theatre. The Welk Resort is named for legendary Lawrence Welk, and there is an on-site museum highlighting his tremendous career. Every ticket comes with admission to the museum, so you can arrive early and peruse the great collection of Lawrence Welk memorabilia. This is a very fun way to spend a special evening with your honey, perusing the collection and then enjoying a delicious dinner and live musical.
Want to make it a truly romantic evening? Then pick your date up in the stunning 2014 CLS63 AMG Coupe from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. You’ll impress her with the luxurious interior and you’ll both enjoy an elegant and stylish ride to your destination. Plus, you’ll be arriving in true Mercedes-Benz style, which is the perfect accompaniment to a romantic date with someone very special.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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