why doesn't ZR have a hotel yet?
I rather see condos over there, would create a nice customer base for the area.
NorthlandGuy wrote:I went to Studio Movie Grill Friday night. Food was great. Service was great.
Even when I left the movie, an employee held open the door for us. He said, 'how was the movie sir?' I didn't expect that. Real nice.
With ticket prices cheaper than AMC, and no food or drink minimums, I plan to go here often.
NorthlandGuy wrote:I am so mad they closed! It was awesome.
Damn. I am so sick of this economy. ZR is doing fairly well, but the site just can't get a break.
They remodeled and rebuilt that entire corner!!!
trailerkid wrote:they had office chairs for theater seating. i didn't hear one positive thing about that place.
mistervinix wrote:Amazing that TWO movie complexes in nearly the same space can't make it. Out south in Overland Park, another "dinner and a movie" operation, Gold Class Cinemas, was planned at 135th and Metcalf (Corbin Park). But since that project is stalled (again), who knows if it will ever be built. Seems like these hybird theaters take a lot of expertise to do right.
mistervinix wrote:That probably will be a factor at the proposed Gold Class Cinema complex at Corbin Park - since Dickinson Theaters' Palazzo 16 is less than a mile away. Although 16 screens is a lot less competition than 24.
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