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The Village Roadshow Gold Class Cinemas in South Barrington, Illinois and in Redmond, Washington is offering a special event package in conjunction with the movie Julie & Julia. The movie is about a woman's quest to cook every recipe from Julia Child's cookbook and write about her experiences in a blog. It intertwines that story with that of Julia Child's discovery of her love of cooking.
For a single price of $44 for Gold Class Members and $54 for non-members, the theater is offering a special package, which includes a ticket to the movie, a live cooking demonstration from their Chef, any two items from their Julia Child Inspired Menu, a poster for the movie, and a "special drawing" of something. Since membership to their Gold Class Club is free, I suggest saving yourself $10 and becoming a member if you aren't already.
This event package is being offered on August 19, 20, 23, and 26, 2009. For reservations, call 224-293-1001 in South Barrington and 425-636-5601 in Redmond.
I've attended the Gold Class Cinemas in South Barrington, Illinois, and found it to be a great experience! The food was excellent, the seating was comfortable, and the presentation was well-done. You can see photos taken during that visit on the Photo Gallery page for the theater. It appears that they have a special Julia Child-inspired menu even if you don't participate in this event package, so that might be worth checking out.
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