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  1. bitt

    Pretty cute you went to Medieval Times. Cute date idea.

    Certainly seems fitting that a peasant during that time period would have only veggies or maybe a gruel of sorts. A half potato seems accurate, although I heard potatoes originated in South America and I’m not sure when they made it to Europe. Can you tell I’m the sort of dork that would have love to come along with you?

  2. J3nn (Jenn's Menu and Lifestyle Blog)

    Haha, we went to Medieval Times when we lived in Atlanta. And yeah, we wore the ridiculous hats, too. I think I would have liked it more when I was 7 instead of 27, lol!

  3. Hannah

    Kitschy kitschy BRILLIANCE! I’ve always felt sad that I didn’t get to go to a ninja restaurant in Japan (although I did go to a ninja house/museum which was awesome with all its hidden stairways and rooms :P), so I think I would’ve loved this place. And hurrah for the place not just trying to make veg food “tasty” by throwing cheese on top!

  4. Michele Villafana

    I have eaten at the Medieval Times in Buena Park, CA. I have been a few times and I just love it. I love the whole knight/king/castle thing. I am a big history buff. My kids loved the place too. The first time I went I wasn’t a vegetarian and I think I had chicken. It was quite a long time ago, as I have been a vegetarian (almost vegan) since 1999. I am proud to say that my oldest son is now also a vegetarian. We just have to work on the younger one. I really love that place!

  5. Mom

    Looks like a fun place to go. Your veg plate looks absolutely appetizing.

  6. Ela

    Internet’s acting up so I can’t see the pics, but you know I’m more of a words person anyway… This sounds like such a fun and funny date! And I’m so glad they fed you veggies instead of spaghetti and cheese…

  7. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Hilarious! We have one of those about 30 minutes from were I live but I’ve never been. I worked at a Renaissance Festival for several years though so I’ve had my fill of jousting for one lifetime.

  8. sarah-mai

    So cute! And I’m pleasantly surprised that they accommodate vegetarians!

  9. (what runs) Lori

    OMG how fun! I’ve really wanted to do one of these event things… looks like you had some good food and good entertainment! hehe- I love it!

  10. Brandi

    That really does look like a lot of fun. I would’ve loved to see pictures of the torture museum.

    Plus bonus for the place for actually having a veg option.

  11. Michelle

    I’ve been to a Medieval Times before, but I don’t remember what state it was in….maybe CA? I do remember that it was a very cool place though. :o) Good to know that they have a veggie meal!

  12. Hillary

    How fun! You had me at “torture museum” 😉

  13. 81kia

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  14. Michelle (Housewife in the Raw)

    I would never expect Medieval Times to have such an impressive vegetarian offering. I’m very pleasantly surprised! Do you guys ever go further south than Dallas? If you make it to Austin area, I’d love to meet up!

  15. Jen

    How fun! I went to one of those in CA when I was about 10, don’t remember much, but it was a good time!
    Your vegg food looks incredible, love the kebob!

  16. Aparna

    Ha, I love their dinnerware (and the cute hats!). That’s so great that they have tasty vegan options 🙂

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    Looks like so much fun!

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  19. Ellen

    Love it!! Good to know they have a veg option… I went there years ago (before I made the switch) but haven’t ventured back! Glad you had fun 🙂

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  21. Bekah

    I’m so glad I found this post. I went to MT ten years ago in Myrtle Beach and loved it. I won tickets to the one near my home in Maryland tonight, but I have been vegetarian all year. I’m glad they have a veggie option and relieved after seeing your post. I too was afraid it would be a carb/cheese heavy dish like many places tend to offer.