Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre

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Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre

Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre serves up Broadway musicals and plays complete with a dinner buffet in an intimate atmosphere with ample free parking. Full bar service and gourmet desserts available. See web site (www.beefandboards.com) for complete schedule.

Group ticket prices include dinner, show, coffee, tea, tax and server gratuity. Driver and Escort comps provided with 20+ paid admissions. IGTA members receive an additional discount of $2 per ticket. For the best of Broadway and more, no one outperforms Beef & Boards!

Contact our Group Sales Department at 317.876.0503 for more information.


Member: IGTA, NTA, ABA


Attraction Type:
Theatre
Group Rates:
$35-up Ask us!

Seasonal Dates:
Open year round.

Bus Parking:
Yes
Bus Parking Fee:
Free.
Driver Rate:
Comp with 20+ paid tickets.
Escort Rate:
Comp with 20+ paid tickets.
Deposit and
Payment Policy:

25% Non-refundable deposit due 45 days in advance of show (60 days for December shows). All orders to be paid in full 14 days in advance of show (30 days for December shows).
Cancellation and
Refund Policy:

Non-refundable deposit will be forfeited if canceling.


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Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre

9301 Michigan Rd
Indianapolis, Indiana 46268
Phone: 317-876-0503
Phone: 800-743-0503
Fax: 317-876-0510
E-mail: groups@beefandboards.com
Web: www.beefandboards.com

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