Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud review
There’s something about a family fighting over dinner that makes me feel right at home! I recently had a chance to check out the Southern feuding feast that is the Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud. The Hatfield & McCoy feud goes back over 150 years and the real story is actually pretty interesting.
The show is action-packed with "explosions", singing, dancing, stunts, water and comedy. There’s pretty much something for both young and old alike. If it can keep my 4-year old entertained for two hours, that’s a feat of entertainment in itself. She loved yelling, cheering and clapping for the Hatfields.
Buckets of food are brought out along with large mason jars as cups. They have just about all the Southern sides and food that you’d want: fried chicken, BBQ, potatoes, soup and more.
You will want to show up about 30-45 minutes early to get a head start on your all-you-can-eat meal.
The full Southern homestyle feast includes:
- Feudin' Fried Chick'n
- Open Pit Pulled -to-Pieces Pork Barbeque
- Southern Style Creamy Soup
- Smashed Mashed Taters
- Buttery Corn on the Cob
- Ma's Hot Homemade Bread
- No Tellin' What's In It Coleslaw
- Granny's Famous Specialty Dessert
My wife is a vegetarian. One of the ways I judge a place is how they treat and handle vegetarians. You can tell they put some time and thought into this option. They didn’t just hand her a plate and say eat all the sides. They had nice alternative choices of quinoa or stir-fried rice, and she went with the stir fry.
You gonna want more of that creamy soup. It’s a home run! You can purchase more of it online on their website or while you're there to bring home.
They also offer a great photo op for your family or party on your way to the theatre. It makes for a memorable souvenir from your visit.
With the holidays fast approaching don’t miss out on the festive Christmas Disaster Dinner Feud running now.
Hatfield and McCoy’s Dinner Show is a fun time for the whole family. It’s full of good food, action and self-deprecating humor. Hard to beat an evening like that. Plus it’s nice to watch someone else fight for a couple of hours.