I have been to this cinema grill several times and finally have a good sense of the offerings of this location. The price of admission for a matinee show is cheap, a family of four can get in for $10. They show movies on second run, usually a couple weeks after they are shown in the first run theaters. They usually have a good selection of movies ranging from family-friendly to blockbuster action flicks.
The theaters themselves are fairly small, rather intimate settings. Usually there aren't more than 20-30 at each flick. There are rows of swivel chairs with a counter to put your food, and interspersed are little round tables.
The servers are good at what they are doing, and take orders and bring out food with efficiency. They offer the standard American fare such as burgers and other entrees, as well as popcorn and other appetizers, salads, and desserts. Overall the food is decent for movie house cuisine, but nothing to write home about.
The screens seem to have been updated in recent years, so the picture quality is pretty good compared to a couple years ago, but still a notch below the major theaters.
Overall for the price and dining feature, it's a good place to take your family when it's dreary outside for some lunch and movie.
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