My wife and I went to see the new Star Wars movie this afternoon, but the movie isn't really what this is about. We went to a new theater near us that's only been open about a month. On premises it had a bar and grill as well as a bowling alley. The theater had a "recline and dine" option. Recliners were grouped in fours and had power reclining mechanisms. Get there 30 minutes before show time and wait staff comes by with a menu you can order burgers, sandwiches, pizza, appetizers, drinks and such off of. Each recliner had a plate size swivel around table for your food. Oh, they still have all the usual concession stand items too. Movie tickets were about $8 each for the two of us. By the time we had lunch and watched the movie we dropped right at $60 including tips. We've been there and done that now. Don't think we'll drop that much on a movie again. On the other hand, dinner and a movie isn't exactly cheap anywhere. Anybody else seen variants on this kind of thing?