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New Austin Landing movie theater’s menu goes way beyond popcorn


The menu for an upscale 12-screen cinema now open at Austin Landing features more than 50 items ranging in price from $1 to $47.

The food and beverage options at Cinépolis Dayton include two categories of appetizers, gourmet entrees and popcorn, other sweets, and a variety of beverages – adult and otherwise.

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The following is a sampling of the selections:

-Small bites: Skinny sweet potato fries with honey mustard, $6.25; Guacamole with tortilla chips, $11.50.

-Signature starters: Fried pickle chips with ranch, $8; 1 pound of chicken wings with choice of classic buffalo, hot or BBQ sauce, $16.

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-Entrees: Street tacos with steak, onion, cilantro and jalapeno salsa, $11.75; BBQ pork sliders with pulled pork, cole slaw and pickle, $13.75.

-Non-alcoholic beverages: Kids Icee, $1; Coffee $4.

-Sweets: Vanilla or chocolate milkshake, $6.75; Cheetos gourmet popcorn, $9.25.

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-Alcoholic beverages: Mojito, $9; Bottle of Chardonnay, $47.

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