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Wild Bill's Dinner Extravaganza

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We visited Wild Bill's Dinner Extravaganza a few years ago when we encountered a SNAFU with our Medieval Times reservation. We enjoyed it so much that we planned to return, but unfortunately, it closed before we could return.

Wild Bill's Dinner Extravaganza, featured western themed entertainment aqccompanied by good western food. The pre-show queue provided some entertainment and a shop. The dining room consisted of a stage surrounded by long family style tables. Food was surved in baskets and all-you-could-eat of fried chicken and BBQ ribs. The western show was corn-ball humor but quite entertianing. Characters were Wild Bill, Miss Annie and others.

Wild Bill's Dinner Extravaganza closed in 2005. I had hoped to take my wife for our anniversary but could find no information. A drive by showed that a new Pirate's Dinner Adventure was being built in its place.

7600 Beach Boulevard, Buena Park, CA

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