What would you say if I told you you could enjoy a movie in a theater while having dinner at the same time?
I’ve been a movie lover since my dad bought our first betamax. My family went to the movies often when I was young. In my teens, my best friend and I went to the movie theater every Saturday. Popcorn and frozen yogurt were our snacks of choice.
After having kids I can’t go to the movies as often as before and our movie outings usually involve a children’s movie. But once in a while my husband and I get a baby sitter and we go see a new release at the theater. We rarely, if ever, manage dinner and a movie.
So what a company called Cinépolis is doing is not just unique, but, in many ways, is almost a necessity these days. Cinépolis offers a new luxury service called Cinépolis VIP. When you go to a VIP theater, the seating includes large, leather recliners with trays and lighting. A waiter brings your food so you can enjoy your dinner and watch your favorite movie at the same time. Doesn’t that sound fun?
Here is a sampling of some of the items on the menu:
- Cafe – Capuccino, cheese and blackberry crepes, jam and creme cheeses, mango smoothies
- Candy Store – sodas, several kinds of popcorn – butter, caramel, or chili pepper.
- Snacks: chips, cream cheese filled jalapeño peppers
Cinépolis is a Mexican theater chain company, the biggest in Latin America and 4th in the world. They are offering their VIP service in the United States for the first time at a theater in Del Mar, Ca. It is already open and there are more opening soon in other cities. I can’t wait!
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