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Moviegoers in the metropolitan Boston area just got another option for seeing movies! The Showcase Cinema de Lux Legacy Place opened today in Dedham, Massachusetts, near the intersection of Providence Highway (Route 1) and Route 128/Interstate 95 (view map of area surrounding theater).
The new theater has 15 screens, with at least three equipped with 3D Digital Cinema Projection systems. It also offers a premium, reserved-seating concept called Lux Level in four screens, which features in-seat dining, and the Lux Level Lounge where patrons can relax before or after the show and enjoy appetizers and beverages, including cocktails.
If you don't want to eat at the theater, Legacy Place has some options for you, including P.F. Chang's, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Yard House, and others. For more options, check out the Places to Eat page for the theater, where you can find a map powered by Google Maps that shows area eating establishments, and you can search for types of food and restaurant names.
Built on the site of the Showcase Cinemas Dedham, the Legacy Place location was announced by National Amusements last April, and it was planned at the time for a Summer 2009 opening, so they arrived on schedule! As soon as we can get hold of a press release or some news coverage, we'll be able to supply more information about the theater.
Have you gone to the Showcase Cinema de Lux Legacy Place? Add your comments below and let others know what you think of it!
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