Movie & Dinner Theatres

Movie & Dinner Theatres

About the Experience

Movie & Dinner Theatre's are casual restaurant's rolled into one with upgraded seats, an extensive menu, full cocktail bar and service at the push of a button. Combine dinner and a movie for a fantastic date night or girls' night out. It’s also great for families as long as all guests under the age of 18 are accompanied by an adult. You'll love the delicious food on the menu and the friendly, unobtrusive service. Once you try this experience, you may never want to see a movie any other way.

Brew & View At the Vic

Quirky and divey, moviegoers gather along banquettes and tables to watch a mix of first-run and classic or contemporary favorites. Check the website ahead of time for mostly daily, dirt cheap double features and other special themed events. As the name implies, "brew" is the draw here, with a full bar serving up different cocktail and beer specials daily, supplemented by the usual theater concession fare (i.e., popcorn).

The Catlow

Built in 1927, this historic theater began as a venue for both films and vaudeville acts. Today, it is a dine-in theater that plays mid-run movies. Visitors can grab a bite at neighboring Boloney's Sandwich Shop and tote their deli-style meal into the theater. Sandwiches sport fun, movie-themed names like the ham-and-muenster cheese "Bat-Man-Wich," or the "Fonda Pita," a hot beef au jus wrapped up like a gyro. Hot dogs, sausage, salads and soups are also available, and drinks range from soda to coffee.


AMC Yorktown Premium 1

The Ultimate moviegoing experience, Yorktown Premium Cinema auditoriums have been designed with first-class amenities and state-of-the-art sound and site technologies.
Yorktown Premium Cinema is perfect for those who want to celebrate a special occasion, spend a memorable evening with a spouse or date, or simply enjoy the movies in a luxurious, adult environment.

Hollywood Blvd. Cinema Bar & Eatery

Hollywood Blvd. Cinema Bar & Eatery invites you to see movies the way they were meant to be seen. With to-your-seat service from a full bar and menu, first run movies and comfortable chairs, there's no question why Hollywood Boulevard was the Chicago Sun Times only theatre rated an A+.

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One of the few theaters where you can reserve a seat, moviegoers can enjoy a pre-show bite and sip in the upstairs Lobby Lounge or enjoy a meal right in front of the big screen by paying extra for a spot in the VIP section. Dishes include an assortment of meat and cheese plates, thin-crust pizzas, mini burgers and paninis. Standby snacks get a tasty twist, such as bacon popcorn and potato chips with caramelized onion dip. The full bar has fun specialty drinks like the ginger martini or "The Dude"--vodka, Kahlua, and half and half.