Showcase Cinemas Warwick Offering Full Menu and Bar to Movie-Goers
Thursday, January 16, 2014
Showcase Cinemas Warwick announced this week the official launch of “Director’s 21,” the theatre’s latest feature, offering movie-goers, 21 years of age and older restaurant-quality fare and full wine, beer and cocktail service at their seats. The Warwick theatre is one of the first Showcase Cinemas locations to offer “Director’s 21”.
“The ‘Director’s 21’ offering is one of our latest theatre enhancements to make the movie-going experience even more enjoyable,” said Amber Stepper, vice president, marketing & advertising, National Amusements. “We know that having reserved seating & quality dining and beverage choices available in your seat are much appreciated amenities, and we are excited to bring this experience to our guests.”
Prior to showtime, patrons in “Director’s 21” are offered bar service inside the auditorium, as well as in-seat dining. Guests may skip the concessions booth and order food items such as popcorn and candy as well as delicious menu options including appetizers, flatbreads, sandwiches and drinks directly from their seat. In addition, the “Director’s 21” experience includes reserved seating, enabling patrons to pre-select the location of their seat at the time of their ticket purchase, either online or at the box office.
In order to maximize the “Director’s 21” experience, patrons are encourage to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to showtime.
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