The Medieval Manor in Boston is Shutting Its Doors

Boston's iconic Medieval Manor is shutting its doors in December. 

The restaurant-theater opened in November of 1973 and has put on nearly 13,000 performances. 

A six-course feast is eaten during the show without a fork, knife or spoon. And, well over a million customers have shouted "Long Live the King." 

New Year's Eve will likely be their last show. 

The establishment says "we are very grateful for our loyal customers and apologize for not effectively dispelling rumors that started in 2001 that we had gone out of business." 

So, if you're looking to eat with your hands, and get a little dirty, you better act quickly. 

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