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A Preview of the Dining at the Palace Station’s New Movie Theater Cinebarre

“Pretzels at Tiffany’s,” boozy shakes, burgers, pizzas and more

Regal Cinebarre
Regal Cinebarre
Regal Cinebarre

Two years in the making, the $192 million makeover of the Palace Station continues with the arrival of the drink, dine, and watch Cinebarre Palace Station movie experience.

Currently hiring and pushing for a debut by the end of the year, the nine screens will offer “all-luxury recliner seating,” plus a larger and sonically upgraded “RPX” theater.

Visitors at the resort can already enjoy beers, burgers, desserts at BBD’s or pizza at Little Tony’s by Tony Gemignani, but the Cinebarre will also feature those dishes as a main attraction.

Ticket buyers wishing to order food and drink in time for the film start will need to arrive “20-30 minutes” before show time. Menus, order cards, and pencils will be on the table in front of each seat, awaiting a server to take the order. During the film, additional requests can be made on the cards, then placed on a vertical holder for the server to notice and pick up.

Already tested at Regal Cinemas’ nine other Cinebarre locations, “Pickler on the Roof” fried pickles, “All Gone in 60 seconds” jalapeño popper dip, ”Fry Hard” fries, and “Pretzels at Tiffany’s” pretzels and beer cheese. Small plates have included “School of Rock Shrimp,” “The Pursuit of Pork Belly,” and “Mac Max: Beyond Cheesedome.”

Burger selections are joined by salads, sandwiches, pizzas, traditional movie candy, and the more elaborate options of “salted caramel bread puddin’” and “One Flew Over the Cookie’s Nest” cookies and ice cream.

The long drink menu includes boozy shakes, beer and wine, cocktails, “Jartails,” and spiked lemonade.

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