Thank you to The Murder Mystery Company for providing us with tickets. All thoughts and opinions are our own.
Lara and I both have such busy summers that we really hadn’t seen much of each other. We were due for a much-needed girls night. The Murder Mystery Company was a perfect choice!!
The event was hosted at The Old Spaghetti Factory in San Jose. What a cool location full of old brick and vintage charm!
Once we were seated, we noticed a paper on each table outlining the rules.
We also were able to read up on the latest “news” to search for clues.
Of course, we’ll need some cash to bribe some witnesses for the info!
The money also had sample questions we could ask to gain information.
Course #1: house salad and fresh bread. So good!!!
Course #2: spaghetti with mushroom sauce. I love mushrooms and this dish was delicious!
Course #3: strawberry, pistachio, and chocolate ice cream. A perfect treat to end with!
In case you wanted to know some 1930’s slang. ?
Our host for the evening, Sir Warren Peace. Throughout the night we were able to look at clues in our character’s binder and then wander around the room trying to gather intel from other characters in order to solve the murder mystery.
Even I got to be in on the fun!! I got to play the part of Cherry Bomb. If I ever thought of having a future in acting, it all ended that night! I’m horrible! Thankfully the awesome actors at Murder Myster Dinner made up for my deer in the headlights acting chops.
Cherry Italian soda! Yum!!
After all the clues had been released, our table had to write down who we thought had done it and how. Turns out…. I was the murderer!! Or at least Cherry bomb was. Our table was able to figure it out and won the top award!
This was definitely a memorable evening!! We thought that this would be a great option for birthday parties or other celebrations. Bringing a huge group of friends would definitely make things amusing.
Partners in crime always! Thank you Murder Mystery Company for having us!