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The AMC Bridgewater Commons in Bridgewater, New Jersey added in-theater dining options to its list of amenities at the end of November, according to a press release issued by AMC Entertainment on November 18, 2010.
The theater now offers a meal and a movie, as well as a bar and lounge for guests:
Fork & Screen® - The theatre's seven auditoriums will offer:
- Casual, in-theatre dining
- Upgraded, comfortable reserved seating
- Table-top dining
- An extensive menu including Crab Rangoon Dip, Thai Coconut Chicken Tenders and Chocolate Loving Spoon Cake served via seat-side service
- Fork & Screen guests must be at least 18 years old unless accompanied by a parent or guardian (at least 21)
- A full-service bar and lounge area inside the theatre
- Named after a term coined by famed filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock
- Features a variety of beer, wine, cocktails and a selection of appetizers and desserts
- MacGuffins guests must be at least 18 years old; minors accompanied by a parent or guardian (at least 21) are welcome
An adult will pay $10 for a movie ticket in the Fork & Screen auditoriums plus a $10 "experience charge" on weekdays and before 4pm, which rises to $15 after 4pm on weekends and holidays. The charge is then applied to meal purchases in the auditorium.
Source: AMC Entertainment Press Release
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