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Stars and Stripes Drive In Theatre

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Stars and Stripes Drive In Theatre

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Gwen A wrote a review Sep 2
Lake Charles, Louisiana94 contributions39 helpful votes
My husband, his sister and I visited from Louisiana on Tuesday night. We can’t wait to bring our grandsons when we return to New Braunfels in November. Nice concession stand with lots of options and a wonderful playground (closed due to COVID-19). The owner came over and talked with us.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from TheDrive-InGuy, Owner at Stars and Stripes Drive In Theatre
Responded 3 weeks ago
Hi Gwen and family-- Thanks for taking the time to leave a review. It was a pleasure meeting and serving you! Best wishes getting back into your home after the hurricane clean up.
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LadyOfTheLakeTexas wrote a review Aug 2020
San Antonio, Texas14 contributions
Went on a Friday night. First time since Covid showed up. It was packed. So get there early if you want a good space. One the way to the drive-in I notice many of the shopping centers were empty. Never have seen such a long line at the drive-in before. I now understand that people use to shop and spread out to different areas on the weekends. Places are now limited where to go to get out of the house. Any place that was open was packed Friday night.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Response from TheDrive-InGuy, Owner at Stars and Stripes Drive In Theatre
Responded 1 week ago
Hi LadyOfTheLakeTexas-- Thank you for making memories at our drive-in theatre! We appreciate you taking the time to leave a review and hope to see you again soon. Be well. -The Stars & Stripes Team
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Lfamily83 wrote a review Mar 2020
San Antonio, Texas61 contributions45 helpful votes
We have been looking for a drive-in theatre for a while now. The wife and I used to frequently go to drive-in theatres when we were first dating. Now that we have our own family we have been looking for one to take the kids to. Drive-in theatres are an outdated concept in today's world of watching anything from movies to tv shows on your cellphone but there's something social and family-driven about drive-in theatres. Our kids loved the idea of movies outside of our vehicle. Not to mention they loved the fact that you get to see two movies for the price of one. Just as other reviews have mentioned you are allowed to bring food from the outside. No alcohol and no glass containers. We brought our own food but did try the funnel cakes and they were delicious. It was definitely worth the drive from San Antonio to check this place out.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Joskin733 wrote a review Feb 2020
San Antonio, Texas25 contributions
This is a trip back to the 60’s but with updates. Two features for less than the price of one at the theatres ($8 per adult) can’t be beat. There is a great concession stand in the middle of the three theatres. Popcorn, chicken, fries, candy.. you name it, you can find it. You don’t have to worry about contracting viruses as you’re in your own vehicle. You can bring your own munchies or go to the concession. Nothing better than this to see new movies on your own terms. LOVE IT!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from TheDrive-InGuy, Owner at Stars and Stripes Drive In Theatre
Responded Feb 22, 2020
Joskin733-- So kind of you leave a review. We are grateful for your patronage and support. Thank you for helping us in our mission to share the drive-in movie experience. Come back soon!
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TABristolUK wrote a review Jan 2020
Bristol, United Kingdom59 contributions23 helpful votes
We're from the UK so completely unused to drive in movie theatres except what we see in movies themselves. So a December visit to Stars and Stripes was a lot of fun. On arrival you go through toll booths and two adults and one child was about $22. We chose Spies in Disguise and Frozen 2 as the double feature, parked up in screen three, deciding with our SUV to stay inside the vehicle whilst others got out lawn chairs and reversed into spaces. Then off to the fifties diner where food was OK, my grilled chicken was tough and seems to have had an encounter with a microwave on its journey. The film audio comes through dedicated FM channels, cute mini movies beforehand all stylised with 1950s graphics tell you what to do. The movie screen was crystal clear, in fact our only challenge on movie number two ironically this was Frozen 2 was out front windscreen misting up due to the cold and we noticed most of the pick ups had changed themselves round to sit inside the cabs. There weren't many people there, we weren't bothered by anyone else though people do seem to like to move their cars around and few left sidelights on which other people got out and asked them to turn off. But it was a lot of fun and effectively two movies for the price of 1 even if we were literally a little Frozen ourselves by the 11pm finish. Other reviews said you can switch films in the intermission but the graphics on the screen said this was not allowed.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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