The idea of a ‘cinema brewery’ seems almost too alien to define. In many respects, combining good beer with a good movie makes sense. Kicking back with a cold one while digging a good flick is what life’s all about. The zaniness comes with taking this comfortable ‘home’ activity and turning it into an enterprise. Nonetheless, the cinema brewery/dine-in theater experience is one that has caught fire in recent years & become a major trend in the movie-watching business.
As with any cool idea, there are ways to make it even cooler, as well as ways to make it a total bust. Rather than lose focus with the latter, it’s the former that is where “it’s” at for sure.
Here are five secret (but not secret ways) to have a great cinema dining experience, especially if it’s your first time:
1. Think “Good Movie” The Whole Time – Even if you aren’t a movie buff, you watch enough commercials & movie promos to know what may or may not interest you. Trust your gut & choose a movie you actually might enjoy & are looking forward to watching. Engaging in the cinema dining experience means really trying to enjoy all facets of the process.
2. Call Ahead for Help – This seems a little wacky, but there once was a time when people used their phones to talk to people in other locations. Weird, huh? If you’re not sure how things work at a dine-in theater type setting, call the theater & ask for a mini crash-course on how it all goes down. Don’t think of it as being nerdy or uncool – think of it as good prep-work for a hassle-free time.
3. Arrive Early – In the same vein of being a proactive cinema brewery diner, you want to try arriving a little early to the showtime of your chosen movie. This way, you can get a little bit of a breakdown of everything, and in some cases, you may decide that you’ll need to call an audible regarding the movie you wanted to watch or the type of dining you’ll be taking in.
4. Avoid Opening Day – If this were a baseball game, sure, ‘Opening Day’ is what it’s all about. When it comes to seeing a movie on its official release date, though, you might be asking for some serious activity. Depending on the amount of action you’re looking to get yourself into, this may either be good or bad. If the crowd is especially large, though, it can cause some lag-time in your dine-in theater experience. No one likes to wait too long for a meal or a cold brew.
5. Use the Internet for Good – You’ve decided which dine-in theater you’ll be checking out, so why not use their website & social media presence to help guide you through showtimes, menu options, and considering you’re partaking in the cinema ‘brewery’ thing, you’ll also be able to check out the beer options they’ll have available.
Make your next movie-going adventure be a memorable one by getting on the cinema brewery train.[ad_2]
Source by Morris Raymond