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CinéBistro at CityPlace Doral

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4 out of 5 stars
Cinebistro
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Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

It’s not hard to get comfortable at CityPlace Doral’s CinéBistro. The leather recliners are optimal for sinking into. But the menu is really where this theater shines (be sure to arrive 30 minutes in advance to take advantage of the in-theater service). CinéBistro’s kitchen serves a staggering number of dishes such as Korean barbecue wings ($12), lobster roll sliders and truffle fries ($18), roasted snapper ($22.50) fried chicken and waffles ($16.50), a 16-ounce bone-in ribeye ($46) and much more. There’s also a wine and cocktail selection that goes on for pages. But, if you’re an old school type who prefers classic concession options, don’t worry. Your buttered popcorn will be available right alongside the charred asparagus. 

Details

Address: 3450 Northwest 83rd Avenue #212
Doral
33122
Cross street: at NW 85th Ct
Transport: Bus to 8431-8473 Northwest 33rd Street
Price: $$
Contact:
Opening hours: Doors open 30 minutes before first showing of the day
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