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Jac Howard’s ‘Shine and Dine’ at Manhattan Superbowl adds a little glee to Thursday nights.

All actors wind up working as waiters, right? At Jac Howard’s Shine and Dine night, the ‘triple-threat’ performers (singing, dancing, acting) don’t just serve your food; they sing numbers from hit musical, bust out dance numbers and entertain groups with their 1950s and ‘60s-esque hijinks.

Tables are allocated in the ‘Stardust Diner’ and upon arrival, guests check in at the host desk.

Once guests are seated, food service starts at around 6:30pm. The set menu is as follows:

Appetiser – Tomato, avocado, Spanish onion, coriander and lime salsa with corn chips

Entree – Mini beef burger sliders

Adult mains – Half rack of BBQ Texan pork ribs, southern fried chicken strips, fries coleslaw with ranch dressing

Children’s mains – Southern fried chicken strips served with fries

Desserts are available for an extra fee and a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are available at the Pontiac Bar.

Guests are also welcome to using the bowling alley after the show.