CORRECTION: Previous versions of this item relied on an incorrect news release that said CineBowl & Grille opens Thursday. It will open Friday.
Talk about your one stop shopping.
CineBowl & Grille is an entertainment complex offering movies, bowling, arcade and video games, a 50-screen “Sports Stadium,” and a restaurant and bar all under one roof.
Slated to open to the public Friday, July 10, in Parkside Town Commons Center, CineBowl is billing itself as “the greater Triangle area’s first Dine & Recline cinema – allowing moviegoers to order freshly prepared items and drinks from the comfort of luxury electric leather recliners.”
Sign Up and Save
Get six months of free digital access to The News & Observer
“Freshly prepared items” translates to a menu that’s as epically sweeping as any of the movies showing on CineBowl’s silver screens.
Among the dozens of listings, you’ll find Philly cheesesteak egg rolls, baja mahi tacos, crispy chicken skin sliders, pizzas, salads and sandwiches — including a half pound certified Angus beef “kitchen sink burger.” You can top your meal off with bacon-wrapped Oreos, and wash it down with a signature cocktail or draft beer from the full bar.
CineBowl & Grille (1140 Parkside Main St., Cary; 919-459-7117; cinebowlandgrille.com) will show first-run movies on 11 screens, including an 85-foot long, five-story-tall FDX-Xtreme screen where “Minions” is scheduled to kick things off on opening night. Local showtimes and ticket reservations will be available on the website, which should go live by the weekend.