The Theatres at Canal Place, New Orleans
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It's a nice pretty large mall, lots of upscale stores, and some normal regular ones too. Clean with a nice tourist clientele.
Great place to shop and watch a VIP movie. Movie was great recliner and seat service was awsum. Shops are clean well stocked.
Easy to get into Parking garage. Go to foot of Canal Street by the River. Visitors driving in compare what your hotel on Canal Street is charging you for overnight parking and then this place. It's ch... read more »
I had been excited to go here, I should've read the honest reviews first. It was an overpriced attempt at something you hoped to experience. I had set up a surprise date for my husband, and planned on dinner there. As soon as we walked in, my husband said it smelled like a low-grade chain restaurant's Garlic Bread... well, no eating here, especially at those prices. After seeing other people's plates, glad we didn't succumb. Then there ENTIRE movie, there's various waitstaff running back and forth, with little light up tablets, as hard as I tried to ignore them, it was quite distracting. The actual movie screen was quite a bit smaller than expected, and the seating was just odd. There was big chairs, but they didn't recline.. I could've saved $10, and just went to a *regular* theatre, with big comfy seats, and ginormous movie screens :-) #LessonLearned
Wasn't too impressed with the selection of movie times but being able to order food and drinks at my seat was cool. The movie theater prices for their food made me sad but I guess it is to be expected, right? I might have gone at a down time but there was no 3D offerings. Or maybe they don't have it?
Terrible, overpriced and pretentious. The food was just a salty mess.I ordered the burger sliders with ketchup and mustard on the side and was told AFTER the food was brought out that the chef "Didn't believe in condiments." I asked the server to assure him that they did exist. and I could bring him proof of them if necessary. I hopped over to the food court and got some from the Chinese place. Unfortunately the burgers were so salty they could not be eaten. My son ordered a Margarita Pizza, It tasted like a frozen microwave pizza. All of this and a tiny screen for a total of $160.00 with three soft drinks. And they automatically include a 20% gratuity on everything you order. Never again.
The theater offers sharp pictures and great sound. Arrive early and place an order for at-your-seat service. Snacks include gourmet popcorn, sandwiches, pizza, cheese plate, dips...more or less light bar fare. Of course, beer, wine, and cocktails are available as well. Prices are a little high for my budget, and keep in mind that a fair gratuity is added to the final check - to which you can add additional gratuity.
This theater tries to execute on a fairly recent trend in movie theaters/taverns, and unfortunately fails miserably. The food that they offer is not only overpriced but incredibly poor quality. The 'ceviche' on the menu was just overcooked shrimp with salsa on top of it. The 'Iberian flatbread pizza' was a burned piece of flatbread with salt, bad cheese, and a surprisingly decent sausage on it. The food alone would get the theater low marks. The service, unfortunately, was also poor. I've never been to a movie that started late, but this one did. The whole theater sat in confused silence for 10 minutes in the dark. The service staff were polite enough, but couldn't get it together. The outside of the theater is all polish, but the inside looks old and dated. They need to go back to square one with this concept and try again. This was a completely disappointing experience.
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