Awesome place to go watch movies while eating and drinking. And all at the same price if not cheaper than a regular theater.
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Staff is great. A little expensive but the pizza is small but great. The staff is super considerate to your comfort. Usually spend $50-70 for a show, pizza, and pitcher of suds.
Obviously I can't say enough for the staff. Usually a good selection of shows and I found it very clean.
We've lived in this area and only recently found this theater. I think people keep it a secret so they don't have to share. :) We took our kids the first time and were thrilled with the cheap movie price. $5.50 per person for a matinee? Excellent! Then we ordered the food. The portions were big and the cost wasn't bad. We ended up paying more for food than for the movie, but it wasn't a big deal. We enjoyed shakes, popcorn, fries, and I got fried pickles. (Thank goodness I didn't know about them when I was expecting my kids!) We have gone back since that first time for a date night and had another great experience. I like how there are papers to write your needs/order on and a staff members picks it up and meets your need. We'll definitely be going back for more movies while we live here.
Not bad if you want to combine dinner and a movie. We just had a pizza and a beer. It is a movie theater so it's dark. If you want to see your food while you eat - this really isn't the place to eat. The wait staff was good and the food was fine - it's was a pizza after all.
I eagerly had awaited the opening of the Alamo Drafthouse in New Braunfels, but have had less than wonderful experiences there. I do enjoy the "no cell phones, no talking" atmosphere very much, but I think I will stick to just the movie from now on. My husband and I had ordered food the first time we were there, and it took forever for it to arrive, along with the mix up on our drink order. The next time I decided to order popcorn and drink, which I thought they couldn't mess up. The popcorn finally came in a cold metal bowl, with cold popcorn. The "butter" wasn't melted, but in little globs. As I was absent-mindedly eating it anyway during the movie, I suddenly found a tomato in my mouth! No more popcorn for me! The movies were good, but I'll save my snack money from now on.