Attn: Northwestsiders!

You’ve got something new to do on your night out!

Introducing: Studio Movie Grill.

Similar to the beloved Alamo Drafthouse, Studio Movie Grill is a theater and restaurant rolled into one. The grand opening for SMG’s first Houston location is tomorrow (Friday, May 19).

The theater’s menu looks to be promising with burgers, pizza (including one of my favorites, garlic chicken pizza!), chicken tenders, the Lone Star State-required chips and queso, and the movie theater classic: popcorn!

Right now on their website: Sign up for their mailing list to receive a free movie ticket! While you’re there, check out the Summer Children’s Series featuring cheap tickets ($1 children, $2 adults), and a chance to see movies like Madagascar, Robots, and Shark Tale for less than it would cost you to rent it. No word yet on whether or not you actually have to bring a kid to get in for $2.

I will, of course, go check this place out myself and report back on how my evening goes (and how good the food really is).

The theater is locally owned and operated and located in Copperfield right off of 290 on Highway 6.

2 Comments so far

  1. LessCowbell (unregistered) on May 19th, 2006 @ 8:29 am

    Cool my maternal unit still lives up there (Cy-Fair Class of ’90 in da house!)

    Now I have another reason to visit her.

  2. katya (unregistered) on May 22nd, 2006 @ 12:49 pm

    It’s interesting that so many of these are popping up — they just opened a few ‘Movie Taverns’ around Houston as well, catering to the ‘dine/drink while watching’ movie crowd. To me, nothing could ever beat the Alamo Drafthouse’s movie selection though :)

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