Recently I got the chance to check out Moviehouse & Eatery at their new Flower Mound, TX location. I can’t remember that last time I went out for dinner and a movie and Moviehouse & Eatery has completely changed the game. Upon entering the building, you will find yourself in a Lounge with a full-service bar. You can grab a drink while you wait to meet up with friends if you happen to get there early (this never happens to me) or decide to stay a little late. The lounge area offers daily happy hour specials and a full menu so you can hang out there even if you aren’t trying to catch a movie.
After a few bites of the appetizers, I headed into the movie theater. Once inside the actual theater you see all the luxury seating available to you.
Soft comfy recliners where you can lean back, lift up your feet and really enjoy the show. Each seat has a button you can press if you want someone from the wait staff to take your food order. I started off with a bottomless bowl of popcorn. Bottomless. As in, as many refills as you want, without having to leave your recliner. If you’re feeling hungry and would rather eat dinner, press the button and you can have a chef prepared meal served right to your serving tray. I ordered the Mediterranean Wrap which I devoured before taking a picture of it for you guys. Oops sorry. Yes, that good.
I had no room for dessert but, of course, I ordered it anyway. I chose the cookies. Sounds simple enough. What I got was three, large, just-out-of-the-oven-warm, so soft cookies with ice cream on the side.Seriously, cookie’s don’t last very long in my house because I will find them and I will eat every last one of them. I am a cookie monster and I am telling you that these were freaking amazing.
Moviehouse & Eatery also does special discounted tickets on deal days. My favorite? Mommy Mondays! Every Monday any movie before 2 pm has lower volumes and is only $6. Since date night only happens about twice a year for me I’m thinking this is a better option! In case you are wondering which movie I saw, it was the Gift with Justin Bateman. It was a good thriller and I may or may not have screamed out loud more than once. I think the next movie I’ll watch is The Princess Bride which is screening as part of their Big Screen Classics series starting Sept 9th.
Go check out Moviehouse & Eatery if you want to Wine, Dine & Recline.