The Vineyard Café & Dinner Theatre -

Tickets on sale now for our next dinner and a show. It is Love Letters, written by A.R. Gurney 

Tickets are $42 plus tax and due to very limited seating must be purchased at least 24 hours in advance. Don't wait 'til the last minute and miss out. Please call 678-581-3771 to purchase.

Show Dates and Times


Day              Date                      Time

Saturday       Feb 10                   Dinner at 7, play at 8:15ish

Sunday         Feb 11                   Dinner at 6, play at 7:15ish

Wednesday   Feb 14                    Dinner at 7, play at 8:15ish (Valentine’s Day Show!!!!!)

Saturday       Feb 17                   Dinner at 7, play at 8:15ish

Sunday         Feb 18                   Dinner at 6, play at 7:15ish




The Plot


Andrew Makepeace Ladd III and Melissa Gardner, both born to wealth and position, are childhood friends whose lifelong correspondence begins with birthday party thank-you notes and summer camp postcards. Romantically attached, they continue to exchange letters through the boarding school and college years—where Andy goes on to excel at Yale and law school, while Melissa flunks out of a series of "good schools." While Andy is off at war Melissa marries, but her attachment to Andy remains strong and she continues to keep in touch as he marries, becomes a successful attorney, gets involved in politics and, eventually, is elected to the U.S. Senate. Meanwhile, her marriage in tatters, Melissa dabbles in art and gigolos, drinks more than she should, and becomes estranged from her children. Eventually she and Andy do become involved in a brief affair, but it is really too late for both of them. However Andy's last letter, written to her mother after Melissa's untimely death, makes it eloquently clear how much they really meant, and gave to, each other over the years—physically apart, perhaps, but spiritually as close as only true lovers can be.


The Cast

Peggy Marx
Tim Link



The Menu


Garden salad and croissants
Cheese Tortellini w/ a portabella cream sauce
Spinach and Asiago cheese stuffed chicken sausage
Vegetable medley in a butter sauce
Strawberry cheesecake 


 
Get ready for an awesome meal followed by fabulous entertainment!

PLEASE NOTE THAT RESTAURANT.COM CERTIFICATES
CANNOT BE USED FOR THE DINNER THEATRE

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Upcoming Shows

March - The Owl and the Pussycat
April - Frankie and Johnny



(To be notified of upcoming shows please email
 thevineyardcafe@comcast.net and we'll be happy to add you to our email list!)        


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Reviews from our guests


It was great! We went for “A Greater Tuna” as my wife and her family love “A Tuna Christmas” which will be here at Christmas this year! Two actors playing several characters each with costume and voice changes to match. The dinner prior was classic southern comfort food served buffet style. Choice of a salad, two sides, two entrees, and two desserts. We’ll definitely be back! Keep art alive!



Had a great dinner, bonus-gluten free, and laughed the rest of the night during Greater Tuna. What a talented cast. I have gone to plays at twice the cost, which didn't include dinner, and had a quarter of the fun. Can't wait to go again.


We went to the dinner theater to see “A Greater Tuna”. The play was very funny and entertaining and the acting was amazing – 2 actors playing around 20 parts. We enjoyed the meal which I would describe as comfort food with some creativity added in. I am careful with my diet and was able to choose items that worked for me. It’s a small buffet but 2 choices of entrees plus a salad and several sides and dessert with gluten free options as well. The owners are there cooking and serving and have done a lot to make the whole experience special. This small dinner theater setting makes for a very enjoyable evening. We have been to the dinner theater a number of times before and also frequently for lunch and highly recommend both.


Located in the heart of lively Marietta square you can find both a nice restaurant with home cooking style meals AND a quaint small intimate theater.  Betty Bray and Co. have started up local dinner theater with panache and we LOVE it.
Having been a patron of BOTH "theater of the stars" and "Atlanta Broadway series" at the Fox theater since 1998 and taken several trips to New York to see musical/plays, we have seen them all. Tthis theater is charming the food always good and the plays selected (to date) funny and whimsical. Not only does it save us driving downtown, parking, finding a restaurant we are happy to support the local community. Of all places you need to try in 2018 give the vineyard cafe a shot it MAY not be your cup of tea but it COULD be...!

Two minor issues:
They have not setup season ticketing yet (but soon)
You have to go upstairs to get to the restaurant
We def. enjoyed all of 2017 going to see their shows and look forward to coming seasons.
Note: their peach tea is to die for...!



We LOVE the Vineyard Cafe.  The owners are so friendly and they are also the cooks!!  We have never had a bad meal there.  The food is always very tasty and the price includes salad, main course, beverage and dessert & a play, but I will get to that in a second..  We look so forward to dining there.  It is a quaint venue being on the Square in Marietta.  The facility is small and just lovely.  It is the best date night ever.  It is great to be able to go to dinner and just into the next room and see a play. Now, about the plays.  We love the plays as well.  They are small with only a handful of actors (can count them on one hand), and it is totally amazing what they can do in a small space and with only a few actors. It is a small intimate setting that you share with the actors. They do a great job and are always entertaining. We have tried to go to each and every new offering they have and have laughed and always left with a smile on our face and both of us saying "what a great night". (We are FOX Theater Patrons and we totally enjoy these plays just as much). I have asked for seasons tickets which are not yet available so we buy each time they have a new show.  I would recommend this to anyone wanting a wonderful relaxing night out and it's on the beautiful SQUARE IN MARIETTA.


Small Dinner Theater,upstairs, on the Marietta Square. We were seated at a Window seat for the Buffet, before the play, which is held in a different room. If you can get these seats, you have a Great view of the Square during dinner! The food was good and tasty, beer and wine were available, nice dessert. Then on to the play in next room. The play was entertaining, and up close and personal. This was one price package, which was reasonable for night out, dinner and play. Would recommend this to everyone.

Great, warm hosts, delicious food, and a really talented cast performing an incredible show. What a great time was had by all dining and watching "Sordid Lives". The most fun I have had in a long, long time!


My fiancé surprised me with a date night here. I was must say I was absolutely impressed from beginning till end. Dinner was amazing and the show was even better. This is definitely a hidden gem right near home. Online now looking for tickets to the upcoming shows.


I wish I could give more than five stars for the unbelievable evening I just shared with my family!  We came for the dinner theater to see Driving Miss Daisy. From the beginning we were all blown away - great customer service, AMAZING food + to top it off, an extremely realistic and entertaining rendition of Driving Miss Daisy. I'd highly suggest coming here for an intimate evening with your significant other, friends or family. We'll for sure be back to see Steel Magnolias.


"What a delightful evening on the Marietta Square . Their dinner was great , cozy setting and kudos to the actors for a wonderful, funny , performance! Great for date-nights or with friends !"


"Four friends and I went to the dinner theater here last night and had a WONDERFUL time! We enjoyed a great buffet dinner. The food was delicious. Then we were treated to a play of Steel Magnolias. The play was fantastic and the performers were so talented and pulled me into the story immediately. Even though I have seen the movie of Steel Magnolias numerous times this was still such a refreshing version as the actors made each character their own. I was so thoroughly entertained! The owners were very welcoming and made sure that everyone had a good time. I will most definitely be going again!"


"We had a BLAST!! We’ve been talking about it all morning!! Can’t wait to see what the next show is!"


"Not many places where you can get dinner and a show anymore so was excited about this one! Vineyard Cafe did not disappoint. They had a delicious buffet and the show was fantastic. It is a small venue but the actors made the best use of the space they had and really entertained. Am looking forward to going again".


"My boyfriend and I attended Opening Night and were delighted with the production and acting. This was a wonderful evening with dinner and the play. We had such a great time. We found the actors to be accomplished and very approachable afterwards taking pictures with the audience members. Highly recommended!!!"

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Pictures from our shows!







                                 
















Steel Magnolias






The Importance of Being Earnest








                             











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