The Movie Tavern has changed the theatre experience with a dine-in service that is reminiscent of your favorite all American upscale restaurants. Established in 2001, The Movie Tavern quickly settled itself as the industry standard in the cinema eatery segment. Serving families in nine states across the country, The Movie Tavern features 22 high-quality theatres and 189 digital screens.
In September of 2013, the Dallas-based movie theatre was bought by New Orleans based Southern Theatres, the eight largest theatre circuit in the United States. Southern is currently responsible for Grand Theatres, Amstar Theaters, and The Theatres at Canal Place.
Blending the traditional movie theatre experience with that of an eatery, customers can order their meal and drinks in the lobby, and their selections will be bought to them at their seat by dedicated servers who remain out of sight so they can enjoy the film.
The menu features diverse chef-inspired appetizers, entrees and desserts. The selections contain classic choices like grilled gourmet burgers, but also feature location specific dishes relative to where you are in the country. Of course, you have movie theatre staples like popcorn, butter, and brand-name candy and soft drinks.
On March 5th, 2015 The Movie Tavern was awarded the Gold MarCom Award for pioneering in the dine-in movie theatre experience. Recognized for the user friendly design and function of the website, Movie Tavern received the Gold MarCom for Best Business to Consumer website. The MarCom Award recognizes creative competition for any person or company involved in concept, writing, design of print, visual, audio or web materials.
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