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I was told to check this place out. It was a little difficult for me to find it by I persevered and found it. I have driven by it many times and didn't even know it was there. I think it is one of those...More
Theaters are small, so no really bad seats. Seats recline more than usual so you can get very comfortable. At-your-seat food/drink service (including alcoholic beverages) makes this a perfect place to relax and watch first-run movies.
My family and I love the idea : reclining chairs, dinner and beer at the movies. There is place in Anchorage called Bear Tooth - same idea. We were very glad this place opened up. We go couple of times a year.Too bad we live...More
The seats are comfy and recline. You can order from your seats and the wait staff is friendly and quick. The theater is intimate; not a large venue like most movie theaters are. The aisles are wide so that wait staff can come through and...More
The lounge area outside is a nice area to wait for the theater to open. The seats were extremely comfy and reclined smoothly. The rows are spaced apart nicely so waiters have space even when you're reclined. The service was good and everybody was nice.
I’ve seen 3 movies now at Roadhouse and have no reason to see a movie anywhere else! The chairs are more comfortable than the recliners at AMC, the price is right, the service is good, and it is so much fun to see a movie...More
I have seen a handful of films at this Theater, and have not had a bad experience to date. The chairs recline and are comfy and the staff that brings you your food is always polite and professional. The food and drink prices are that...More
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Depends on your eye sight. If you are farsighted, don't sit closer to the screen. If you are a nearsighted person then just about anywhere near front or middle of the viewing room will be fine. If you don't have any problem... More
Depends on your eye sight. If you are farsighted, don't sit closer to the screen. If you are a nearsighted person then just about anywhere near front or middle of the viewing room will be fine. If you don't have any problem with your eye sight then anywhere in the room will be fine for you.
We've noticed some of the seats were well worn. Although they are leather, look out for a decent seat to sit down and enjoy your meal and watch the movie. One of the visits, the chair we sat on was not all that comfortable and couldn't lean back and keep sliding forward.
The seats are first-come-first served seats so be there a bit earlier so you can get a better selection of the available seats.