$6.00 tickets plus your dinner cost, if you choose to order from the menu, that is.
This was my first visit to Cinebarre. I have to say that's something I regret, because I went to college in this city for just short of three years, and never took the time to experience Cinebarre. I suppose I always thought of it being too far away, since it was located in Mount Pleasant, but the reality is that it's right on the outskirts of the town. What's more, it's only 15 minutes from my apartment I'm living in after moving back to Charleston again.
Anyway, I saw Captain Phillips. Crazy good movie that always kept me guessing, which is great. Audio and picture quality are great. Not too loud or too soft, just right. The seating is wonderful, because I'm on the rather tall side and so are the seats, which means they don't stop offering support after my neck as they do in other theaters.
The waitstaff is professional and courteous, and they go out of their way to not interrupt your view of the screen as they run food to you and other customers. The blue velvet burger (blue cheese, onions, lettuce, tomato, and chipotle sauce) was delicious. The fries served with it were shoestring, nothing to write home about. I'm a big fan of crinkle fries on the rare occasion that I eat fries. But all in all, the flavorful burger made up for it. Bottled water was only fifty cents, pretty reasonable. However, this burger and fries combo is $12.00 plus tax, so some people might find that rather steep as I did, considering that's all that you're served. Perhaps they're using some high grade beef like Angus, so that's how they justify it. Menu doesn't specify, and I didn't ask, but it tasted great. FYI: I didn't realize until the credits rolled that there were paper towels under the table attached to a roller, so I'd been wiping my hands off into the basket I ate from.
I've read a lot of mixed reviews of Cinebarre, but my first and certainly not last experience was all positive.