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Downtown Disney Orlando’s AMC Theatre to Debut In-Theatre Dining May 16

7 May 2011 No Comment

Starting May 16, Downtown Disney Orlando’s AMC Theatres will debut an in-theatre dining experience that will allow guests to watch their favorite movies while enjoying some delicious food and beverages. This will be the eighth dine-in theatre location AMC offers.

Gerry Lopez, chief executive officer and president of AMC, said:

We are excited to present AMC Downtown Disney as another one of our flagship AMC Dine-In Theatres. Since the launch of this concept, we’ve received tremendous feedback from our guests about the enhanced experience and variety of food and beverage options. More than 90 percent of our surveyed guests who attended a Dine-In location said it met or exceeded their expectations.

Six auditoriums will offer the dining and a movie experience, and will include casual, theatre-style dining, upgraded reserved seating, table top dining, seat-side service, as well as a call button that will alert a server. Additionally, a variety of menu options such as quesadillas, burgers, flatbreads and more will be offered, as well as plenty of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage choices.

Downtown Disney’s AMC Theatre will also feature MacGuffin’s Bar & Lounge, a full service bar featuring the full dine-in theatre menu.

Guests must be at least 18 years old for each experience, but minors accompanied by a parent or guardian at least 21 years old are welcome.

Ticket prices will range between $6-13, and menu items start at $6.59-$8.99 for appetizers, and $8.59 to $11.99 for adult entrees. For more information, visit amctheatres.com/dinein.

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