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Alhambra Dinner Theatre, Jacksonville, Florida

50 Years of Memories: Spotlight on the Alhambra Dinner Theatre

In late July of 1967, a single table set for two was situated on an empty lot on Beach Boulevard. The table was covered by an elegant lace cloth and adorned with matching napkins, silverware, stylish china plates and coffee cups, and tall crystal glasses. An elegant candelabra holding five candles stood in the center of the table. It was an unlikely way for and to present their concept for a combination of fine dining and live theatre. Dinner theaters were once a popular attraction for families to experience dinner and a show. At one point in history, more than 100 …

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Alhambra Theater and Dining for Romance In Jacksonville

According to a list published today on USA Today’s website, the nation’s longest running professional dinner theater was listed as one of the most romantic things to do in Jacksonville.  Reporter , a Jacksonville resident, listed the Alhambra at number five, and first among the entertainment and cultural venues.  Commented West, “When you are ready for some entertainment, visit historic venues like the and who continue to reinvent themselves as go-to destinations in the modern world.” “I can tell you from personal experience that the Alhambra is a romantic place,” stated Managing Partner . “We’ve had first dates, 50th anniversaries, …

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