An outdoor Glow Table Dinner experience with cirque performers is happening in St. Pete

An outdoor Glow Table Dinner experience with cirque performers is happening in St. Pete

Photo of an outdoor dining display with glowing tables

GLOW TABLE DINNER, an outdoor sit-down dinner experience, is coming to St. Petersburg on Friday, November 13 at The Duke Energy Center for the Arts – Mahaffey Theater. Enjoy a festive outdoor dining experience showcasing Chillounge’s LED Glow Tables and highlighting quality food and service from 400 Beach Seafood and Taphouse and bar service by the Duke Energy Center for the Arts – Mahaffey Theater. Let the evening come alive with your friends as accomplished cirque performances will rotate from table to table between meal courses. A delightful evening of entertainment including DJ service by DJ Fresh for your musical enjoyment.

Tickets for the event are $160 and can be purchased online.


Safety precautions for Glow Table Dinner

It’s set to be an absolutely magical dining experience outside The Duke Energy Center for the Arts – Mahaffey Theater.

Glow Table Dinner will feature many safety guidelines to ensure the safety of those in attendance and those working.

Temperature checks will be made upon admission. Any temperature at or above 100.5° will not be allowed access; no refund will be provided.
Safe social distancing will be applied.

No gathering of more than 10 people (per table) will be allowed.

Masks will not be required at this outdoor event but you are welcome to wear a mask to feel safe.


Hand sanitizer stations will be provided throughout the event space.

All tables and chairs will be disinfected.

For your additional safety, 6 armed private security officers (TRVST Security) will be on site. Social distancing will be enforced and orderly decorum respected.

Covid-19 Waiver – Organizers make every effort to provide a safe environment and for you to have an enjoyable evening, however, they will require each ticket purchaser to to sign off on their Covid-19 Waiver.

Delicious menu for Glow Table Dinner

Here’s what’s on the menu at the event:

Plated Salad:
Spring Mix, maple balsamic vinaigrette, spiced pecans, goat cheese, gala apples, dried cranberries, cherry tomato.

Warm Rolls with Butter


Pre-Selected Entree Options:

Braised Shortribs, blue cheese butter, bacon red onion marmalade, potato puree, mushroom demi, roasted Brussel sprouts, carrots and butternut squash.

Potato crusted Seabass, Lemon chive crème fraîche, apple cider cranberry gastrique, Brussel sprouts, carrots, and butternut squash.

Roasted chicken breast, honey mustard chicken rillete, natural jus, Brussel sprouts, carrots and butternut squash.

Vegan/Gluten Free
Ratatouille Quinoa stuffed eggplant, mushroom ragout, wilted spinach and red pepper coulis.

Plated Dessert
Pecan Cheesecake, graham cracker crust, butterscotch sauce, compressed green apples

Live performances return to The Mahaffey 

The Duke Energy Center for the Arts – Mahaffey Theater is located at 400 1st Street South. Those enjoying the outdoor dining experience will enjoy waterfront views, with the visage of The Dali Museum, and the theater itself.


The venue is now showcasing concerts, too! The Florida Orchestra has returned for performances, and more live music events are set through the end of 2020. Get tickets to shows and see a full event calendar on The Duke Energy Center for the Arts – Mahaffey Theater’s website.

On December 11, TFO will perform Holiday Pops at The Duke Energy Center for the Arts – Mahaffey Theater. Get your tickets online!

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