iPic Theater Scottsdale: You’ll Never do Movies the Same Again
iPic Theater Scottsdale – Have you ever been standing in a roped line at a movie theater, with hundreds of other folks edging to make their way first in the theater, only to find that you’re about to sit scrunched in a relatively small seat for the next 90 minutes with popcorn munching, beer-breathed Bob sitting next to you?
Now, I have nothing against Bob’s love of popcorn. Neither do I look in scorn at his love of a good pint. However, do we HAVE to sit rubbing shoulder to shoulder? Come on!
[tfg_social_share] I’m pleased to announced that this all comes to an end with iPic Theater Scottsdale.
Here, if you like, you can reserve your specific seat online. No more standing in lines. No more pushing and shoving to get the best seat. You have arranged all of that ahead of time!
But, it doesn’t end there!
The seats! Oh, the seats at iPic Theater Scottsdale!
We just got back from watching a 90-minute movie, fully reclined in the sweetest, most comfortable movie seats ever. Why, we even had a pillow and blanky for crying out loud!
But wait! There’s more!
We got to our movie about 30 minutes early, so we enjoyed a glass of chilled champagne in the Salt Ultra Lounge (pictured below). Also, if you’d like to enjoy a wonderful dinner before your movie, there is also the on-premise Tanzy Restaurant where you can nosh on inventive, contemporary cuisine.
However, we opted for the in-theater dining option (menu link).
Our premium-plus, fully reclining, out-of-this-world comfy seats entitled us to in-theater dining service for the first twenty minutes of the show (mostly while the previews were showing).
We enjoyed Filet Mignon Trio (pictured below), an excellent BBQ Chicken Flatbread, Truffle Fries, complimentary bags of popcorn, and a delightful piece of Peanut Butter Pie.
Now, that’s far better than being all scrunched up with some guy named Bob! Don’t you think?
I suppose that there are naysayers who might balk at the $27/per person price tag for the premium-plus seats (premium seats $18.50 without in-theater dining option), but I figure that a person will actually spend less money for dinner and a movie when you combine them in this way.
Besides, with this option, you can take your shoes off, hit the electric recline button, and relax while you nosh on your dinner and enjoy the movie.
What a sweet thing it was!
We loved it, and recommend that you go experience it for yourself. We’ll definitely be back!