The management team at the new Regal Cinebarre are Andrew Cookson, Coalton Hostetler, Ingrid Christensen, Jason Sills, Brandon Locatelli and Keith Pollock.
The Regal theatre is back. First opened in 1993 this local theatre has been completely renovated and has a new motif and made-to-order menu of favorite foods to enjoy before, during, and after a night at the movies.
Bigger and better, this new Regal theatre brings the Cinebarre concept together with state-of-the-art movies along with theatre dining and a full bar and satellite television.
Heather Peters, director of public relations for Regal was on hand for the recent red-carpet opening event at the elaborate Greenwood Plaza Regal theatre.
Regal Cinebarre meal and beverage options can be ordered and delivered directly to guests in the auditorium. Menu items are coined after popular movies, such as “Pretzels at Tiffany’s, “Top Bun,” and “Lord of the Wings.”
The Regal Cinebarre is located in Greenwood Village at 8141 East Arapahoe Road with show times and features at www.REGmovies.com.
“Cinebarre is the ultimate location for entertainment fans,” said Rachel Lueras, marketing manager at Regal. “We are excited to bring this concept where you sit back and enjoy a meal while watching the latest blockbuster to our loyal Regal Crown Club members and to area movie goers.” Movie fans can join Regal Crown Club for box office credits and concessions with free memberships at www.myregal.com.
Regal is a subsidiary of Cineworld Group that operates one of the largest and geographical diverse theatre circuits in the United States, consisting of 7,205 screens in 548 theatres in 42 states, along with the District of Columbia and Guam.
2018 All Rights Reserved. Villager Publishing |