The Baltimore Sun is reporting that Hekemian & Co., the development company that owns the Hampden/Roland Park (North Hampden? Lower Roland Park? HamRol?) shopping center The Rotunda, has signed a lease to open CineBistro, a company that offers in-theater dining and a full bar, all to be consumed in a “superior digital cinema” from the comfort of an “ultra-luxurious” high-back leather rocking chair.
CineBistro will also offer reserved seating.
Glad to learn that the theater is going to be gussied up, and I’m all for sipping a glass of wine while I watch, but isn’t half the fun of going to the movies following it up with dinner to talk about the film?
The Rotunda development, which is also slated to house a MOM’s Organic Market, has been stalled due to bad weather, a representative of Hekemian told The Sun. Stores are expected to open at the end of 2015.
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