Bad experience, if you go to the movies, you want to have the lights off!!!, but be prepare, because this movie tavern have the top lights on all movie on, I went to tell them, that they forget turn off the lights but the told me: customers complained for have the lights off because they can't see their food!, so lots of kids don't behave because they saw light on!, they don't dven want to put attention on the movie!, because that light was on, lots of people talking, kids playing, etc!, so if this teather will have the light on for all their movies, I don't will comeback to this place!, what I believe is; they want the light on because they have more sales on food!, good for businesses but bad for customers!. So if you decided to go to this movie tavern, be prepared to see that movie with light!!!, believe me is not fun!, I lost my attention on the movie and I was eating only!!!!!
The new "D-Mark" Chairs... Not sure who thought that replacing cushy chairs that you can lean back in with these horrible things was a good idea, but I'm pretty sure they need a career evaluation. We just got done watching "The Jungle Book" in a theater at Alliance Town Center in Fort Worth, TX and as I sit here over half an hour after the movie typing this, my lower back is still killing me. Changing the seats out, allowing reservations, and jacking up the ticket price as a result is the ENTIRE reason we stopped going to the RAVE Theater in Hurst at Northeast Mall.We did not even know they existed until we walked into the theater. They were the only decent seats left in the theater that we could sit as a group unless we wanted to go into neck stretching territory. My immediate reaction was "These things are really stiff, have minimal cushion and don't lean back like a normal seat". These seats have ZERO lumbar support.Refer to Yelp or G+ for my full disclosure review of the seats.