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The Movie Tavern at Sandy Plains Village in Roswell, Georgia is ready to open December 17, 2013, according to an article published recently in the Roswell Patch:
When the third Movie Tavern location in metro Atlanta opens near Roswell on Dec. 17, it will mark the completion of an overhaul of a major retail center.
The dinner-and-a-movie business comes on the heels of a recent opening of a Walmart Neighborhood Market in the Sandy Plains Village Shopping Center in East Cobb, just west of Roswell city limits.
Located on Woodstock Road between Sandy Plains Road and Mabry Road, Sandy Plains Village has undergone a $12 million transformation by DDR Corp., an Ohio-based commercial retail redeveloper.
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When they become available, we'll have their showtimes and the ability to purchase tickets online on the Showtimes page for the theater. The closest movie theaters are the Aurora Cineplex in Roswell (about 5 miles to the Southeast) and the GTC Park 12 Cobb in Marietta (about 3 miles Southwest).
This 12-screen location will be the third in the Atlanta area for Movie Tavern, which currently owns/operates a total of 14 other locations in Colorado, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Virginia. The company advertises itself as a premium movie-going experience. Their web site states:
We are a premium movie-going experience that caters to adults and families. We offer an in-theatre dining experience featuring first-run movies combined with a wide range of chef prepared menu selections.
Photo above is courtesy Movie Tavern.
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