This theater is a clone of places like Alamo Drafthouse and others, but is not designed as well. The menu is comprehensive and the limited items we ordered (popcorn and ice cream) were average - and they give free refills on soft drinks and water. It is the seating that is the problem.
Like all movie theaters, the seating area is sloped; in this case it is tiered. On each tier, you have a choice of sitting in the front of the tier at a counter in a somewhat comfortable desk chair. Or, you can sit at the back of the tier in deeper seats (like a small curved sofa) with a small table in front of you. At either location, there is a red call button to summon the server.
If sit at the counter, you have zero leg room in front, as there is a barrier at the front end of the counter, to keep you from kicking the people sitting on the sofas in tier below and in front of you. The chairs are also quite closely spaced. Of course you can push back your chair to gain some leg room, but then you aren't near the counter to eat.
If you sit at the "sofas", you are on the same level as the counter people in front of you (by perhaps 4 feet) on the tier, and they can block your view of the movie. Moreover, the servers are going to walk in front of you to deliver food. But at least you have leg room.
In essence, the setup didn't work for my wife and me, and I doubt we will be back. In this case, the fusion of a movie theater and a restaurant didn't work and was less than the sum of its parts.