CinéBistro to Allow Children; Is it a Good Idea?
The in-theater dinning experience started as an establishment for patrons over 21, but not anymore.
When CinéBistro opened in Town Brookhaven last September, the restaurant/movie theater served only patrons over 21 years old.
Starting this Friday, May 4, however, the theater will welcome patrons under the age of 21 to enjoy movies before 6 p.m.
CinéBistro Executive Director Fred Meyers said because the theater received positive feedback from patrons under 21 for limited showings, the in-theater dining experience will be available to a younger audience.
“CinéBistro will maintain our 21 and older policy for shows after 6 p.m., continuing to offer our refined cinema experience to adult audiences only," Meyers said.
Should CinéBistro have changed its policy if even for shows before 6 p.m.? How do you feel about potentially sharing the theatre with children? Tell us in comments and join or start the conversation on Facebook.