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AMC Theatres announced today that construction has begun at the AMC Loews Marina 6 in Marina del Rey, California on a renovation project that will convert all six auditoriums to the AMC Dine-In Theatres™ experience. The theater is closed during the renovations, and is expected to reopen in November 2012.
Image © 2012 AMC Theatres
Once completed, the new Dine-In theaters will offer moviegoers with an array of appetizers, sandwiches, entrees, and desserts, served right to your seat, along with a selection of beer, wine, and cocktails. Of course, the traditional movie theater concession favorites will be available as well. Drinks and food will be available at the MacGuffins lounge, where you can relax before or after the movie.
Reserved seating will be offered and customers will enjoy power recliners that are spaced a full 7.5' apart, which means plenty of leg room and plenty of space for the server to bring your order after you press your personal call button. As a result of the alcoholic drinks on the menu, guests must be 21 years old.
Source: AMC Press Release
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