Pirate's Dinner Adventure to be featured on Craziest Restaurants in America


  • Photo via Pirate's Dinner Adventure

Ahoy, matey! Orlando's own Pirate's Dinner Adventure will be debuting on the small screen this month as one of Food Network's Craziest Restaurants in America.

Each week the show takes host Chef Graham Elliott around the country to find out-of-the-box eateries, with "Big, Bigger, Biggest" being the theme of the episode that Pirate's Dinner Adventure will be featured.  

A Central Florida staple for almost two decades, the restaurant is situated off International Drive and features an 18-foot wide pirate ship atop an indoor lagoon.

Diners, referred to as "voyagers," can be found gnawing on a hearty pirate meal as they watch a theatrical pirate show unfold before their eyes.

Three other Florida restaurants, Mai Kai in Ft. Lauderdale, Joanie's Blue Crab Cafe in Ochopee and Bubble Room in Captiva are also set to be featured throughout the season.      

You can see Pirate's Dinner Adventure on the Food Network Wednesday, June 17 at 10 p.m. ET.

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