Redneck Riviera Dinner Theater

Jessica Coker

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The Redneck Riviera rolls through Northwest Florida, making a stop at the Magnolia Grill in Fort Walton Beach at 6 p.m. May 19 and 26.

With lifelong Destin resident and Choctawhatchee High School alumni Jim Lee at the helm as one of the writers of this musical country-extravaganza, guests are sure to have a toe-tapping, boot-scootin' good time.

The second contributing writer of this show, Liz Cain is also a longtime Emerald Coast native — graduating from Niceville Senior High School in 1966, the school's very first graduating class, and has lived in the Fort Walton Beach area since then.

From appetizers to desert, this unique dinner theater experience will take diners on a hysterical romp along the Redneck Riviera — complete with nutty tourists, beachy keen activities and other mischievous situations.

Diners are encouraged to bring their cameras for this exciting dinner experience because taking your eyes and ears off the silly, salty and all around redneck fun and meal with all the fixins' is going to be next to impossible.

Heck folks, you may even become part of the show!

Call the Magnolia Grill and ask them to book your one way ticket to the Redneck Riviera for this once in a lifetime experience. Reservations can be made by calling 302-0266.

The Magnolia Grill dinner theater is at 157 Brooks Street Southeast, Fort Walton Beach. Check them out on Facebook or at redneckrivierathemusical.com.