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The new Showcase Cinema de Lux Florence will be opening on June 27, 2008 in Florence, Kentucky, which is in the Cincinnati area.
WKRC-TV Channel 12 has a brief article about the new theater, which was written on May 28, 2008.
The theater will open in about a month and features 14 theater screens, and something called "Lux seating". Movie-goers ages 21 and older canl pay an extra $10 to sit in a balcony on loveseats and have access to a full service bar and restaurant for the duration of the movie.
The article includes a video tour of the new theater.
The Cincinnati Enquirer has a longer article about the theater that was written on May 29, 2008:
The theater, under construction at 7860 Mall Road, will include a lobby restaurant called Chatters as well as an area for moviegoers 21-years-old and above where liquor, wine and beer will be served.
Meals can be ordered in the VIP area, which offers balcony-type seating groups.
Eventually, special events such as Broadway shows, New York's Metropolitan Opera, concerts and other events with national interest may be booked for Showcase Cinema de Lux Florence.
That article contains some artist renderings of the theater's interior.
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