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Football fans will be able to watch NFL and college football games on the big screen this fall at Movie Tavern locations, according to a press release issued yesterday. All Movie Tavern locations will be participating except Ridgmar Movie Tavern in Fort Worth, Texas.
See the full press release below and click the Read link to visit the Movie Tavern web site for the schedule at each location and for more information about these events.
No Charge Pro and College Football Games Now Showing on the Big Screen at Movie Tavern
October 26, 2009
DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Football lovers can get up close and personal every weekend this fall when select Pro and College football games are shown on the big screen at Movie Tavern. There is no charge for admittance.
Weekly game schedules are announced at the MovieTavern.com web site. Select locations will feature games on a 40ft wide screen in HD.
During the game, viewers can enjoy new favorites from the Movie Tavern menu, including The Game Day Platter (four Mini me burgers, buffalo and boneless wings and cheese fries), Crispy Chicken Chipolte Bites (crispy chicken tenders tossed in Movie Tavern’s own Chipolte honey mustard sauce sandwiched between four sweet Hawaiian rolls and served with fries), Fried Chicken Salad (fresh salad mix tossed with Blue Cheese crumbles, bacon bits, Cheddar jack cheese blend, diced pickles and tomatoes, topped with crispy chicken tender chunks), Turkey Bacon Melt (generous portion of sliced turkey breast and bacon topped with Swiss cheese and smothered with Movie Tavern’s signature spicy honey mustard), King Kong Burger (double the meat and double the cheese, served with fries), and Cheese Fries (mountain of fries topped with Movie Tavern’s signature queso and bacon bits).
Football game screenings and the new menu classics are available at Movie Tavern at all Movie Tavern locations except Ridgmar.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.MovieTavern.com.
About Movie Tavern Partners LP
Movie Tavern is the fastest growing cinema eatery in the United States.
Movie Tavern serves a full menu of flavorful, chef-prepared Classic American favorites and great drinks to please all guests while they enjoy first-run feature films in state-of-the-art, comfortable auditoriums.
Current Texas locations include Arlington, Bedford, Denton, Ft. Worth, Houston and Humble, and a new Movie Tavern will soon be open on West 7th Street in Fort Worth. Movie Tavern also operates locations in Atlanta, Ga.; Williamsburg, Va.; Aurora, Colo.; Lexington, Ky.; and Columbus, Ohio.
Uncompromising in their standards and commitment to provide the highest-quality experience, Movie Tavern's leadership is implementing a major growth plan that has expanded the system to 14 locations and 111 screens, and plans to expand to at least 15 locations with 120-plus screens by 2010.
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