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The Range Dinner Theater- Star Wars

Date/Time

Jul 11, 2012
08:00 PM

Description

 

The Force is strong with The Range. On July 11, 2012, The Range Kitchen & Cocktails’ monthly Dinner Theater will feature the one and only Star Wars. Don’t miss the chance to kick off Comic-Con with the classic that started it all.

 

If you love classic movies, craft cocktails, and farm fresh eats, Dinner Theater at The Range Kitchen & Cocktails should be a standing engagement on your calendar.

 

The second Wednesday of each month The Range Kitchen & Cocktails rolls down the projector screen, fires up 8 HDTV’s, and ignites the stereo surround sound. The community is invited to enjoy a complimentary classic flick while dining on cage free, grass fed protein and sipping local craft beer, craft cocktails, and wine.

 

Arrive at 8:00pm to settle in before the movie showing promptly at 9:00pm. The Range has been known to surprise guests with impromptu performances by local artists and guest participation is highly encouraged. Dress the part and be ready to experience Star Wars in a way that no galaxy has seen before. Reservations are suggested and can be made by calling 619.269.1222 or online www.theRangeSD.com

Cost

$8-$20

Location

View map The Range Kitchen and Cocktails
1263 University Ave
San Diego, CA

Additional Information

Phone

619-269-1222

Contact email

info@therangesd.com

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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