Dinner & Movie Night

  • Reservations required.
    Call (580) 622-7130 to book!
    Times available at:
    5:00 p.m.
    5:15 p.m.
    5:30 p.m.

  • 💲$20/person

    Includes:
    Four-course dinner
    Printed event photo
    Movie admission
    Boxed popcorn
    Bottled drink
    **Chance for prizes

Join us for a Dinner & Movie Night! 

Enjoy a delicious four-course “1950’s Diner” inspired meal followed by the film Back to the Future on the giant, four-story screen in the Anoli' Theater, complete with popcorn and a drink. Guests will also receive a printed keepsake photo with a 50s prom-themed backdrop.

**Wear your best prom flair, if you dare! Dress up is not necessary, but encouraged for guests who wish to participate for fun. The “Best Dressed” Dinner & Movie Night guests will win passes for a Saturday Evening Movie & to the Aaimpa' Cafe, so come dressed for prom—1950s style!

Reservations are required. Limited seating available - don't wait! For more information or to book your spot, please call the Special Events Department at 580-622-7130.

Menu
Appetizer:
-Mozzarella sticks
-Fried mac and cheese

House Salad:
-Choice of dressing

Entrees:
-Classic onion burger served with choice of onion rings or french fries
-Chicken fried steak served with green beans, mashed potatoes and gravy
-Vegetarian Option: Black bean burger served with choice of onion rings or french fries

Dessert:
-Classic milkshake
-Banana split

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