Oh Canada, Eh!?

An American Perspective
As an American, I’ve always adored our neighbor to the north. As a Detroiter living only a few short miles away, I’ve especially always loved Canada. The land, the diversity, the people, the culture, when I was under 21–the legal drinking age. Seriously, what’s not to love about Canada!?

While Seattle and I were in Niagara Falls this past July, we got a chance to enjoy the “Oh Canada, EH!?” dinner theatre show, located just ten minutes from downtown Niagara Falls, Canada. I was genuinely excited to attend this dinner show – food and theatre – what could be better than that?

Needless to say, the entire meal was spectacular! The show lasted about two hours, and the dinner lasted about 3 hours. It consisted of four delicious courses: French Canadian pea soup, homemade bread, fresh garden salad, “Alberta Grade Eh? roast beef“, fresh Atlantic haddock, Manitoba roast chicken, PEI vegetable medley, roasted potatoes and maple chocolate cake and coffee for dessert!

It’s family style dinner, which is really nice and encourages you to meet the other guests at your table. It’s quite a full-on Canadian food experience! YUM-EH!!!

The Show
From an American perspective the show was fun, quirky, silly (in a good way!), and patriotic. I especially loved the fact that they interacted with the crowd.

Fun for all ages

Delicious for all ages
It’s definitely a musical show for all ages, jam packed with good food, extremely nice (and extremely talented) waitstaff, and quite a few laughs during the show. You’ll definitely walk out of there with a little more love for the lovely country of Canada… (EHHH!)


This post was written by Gina Monastiere
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3 Responses to “Oh Canada, Eh!?”

  1. Danielle
    August 19, 2011 at 12:17 am #

    Oh, this looks like so much fun! I love dinner shows.

  2. Faith
    August 20, 2011 at 6:26 pm #

    That looks so fun! I love situations where you’re sort of forced to meet people-then the show becomes much more of an experience.

  3. Nomadic Samuel
    August 25, 2011 at 7:02 am #

    Gina, you’re making me miss home 😛 I’m now in South Korea for a year after a short holiday in Canada.

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