For those who crave themed dinners filled with raucous guffaws, flagons of mead, and plates full of hearty meats, luck may be on your side: The folks behind Medieval Manor, which closed after its New Year's Eve show in 2015, plan to move forward with a resurrection plan, according to Boston Restaurant Talk.
Just before its final show, Medieval Manor displayed a message on its website: "Long live the King!" It also indicated eventual plans to reopen, though no timeline was given.
Now, it seems the Medieval team has a Kickstarter campaign in the works to get the dinner theater restaurant back up and running for 2017.
The restaurant first opened in the Eliot Hotel back in the early 1970s before moving to its most recent location at 246 E. Berkeley St. Stay tuned for the Kickstarter to see what the plans are for the Medieval Manor space — and rejoice for future feasts.