The people behind Pirate’s Dinner Adventure also put on a 2-hour mix of burlesque, circus and magic tricks, contortionists in garters, clenching male abs, and dancing. It’s for those 18 years old and over (although if you’re older than 14, you can come with a grown-up). The concept is that Gretta, the bawdy proprietor of the Treasure Tavern, has assembled a band of misfits who she puts to work entertaining you. Think “Cabaret” meets “Benny Hill.” Because kids are cut out, food is a cut above—the standard meal is beef tenderloin. Servers are referred to as “rum girls.” (I said it was adult, not sophisticated.)