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Frank Theatres opens entertainment center in Delray Beach

March 1, 2013

Frank Theatres CineBowl & Grille at Delray Marketplace debuted on Feb. 13 in Delray Beach, FL. The new 70,000-square-foot entertainment complex offers 12 movie screens (including IMAX and D-Box theatres) with reserved seating; the Red Brick Grille, a full-service restaurant and bar; 16 VIP lounge-style bowling lanes, and a full redemption arcade.
 
“It has been a longtime vision to bring this concept to fruition and we anticipate tremendous success in this growing area,” said Bruce Frank, president and CEO of Frank Entertainment, a company founded by his grandfather more than a century ago. “With Frank Theatres CineBowl & Grille we offer a true destination designed to bring people together for great food, the newest feature films and all-around fun.”
 
The 12 movie auditoriums are equipped with Sony Digital Cinema 4K with High Frame Rate (HFR) capability and RealD 3D. Frank Theatres’ proprietary FDX large-screen format features an 80-foot-screen and Dolby Atmos surround sound.
 
A casual-dining indoor restaurant with outdoor patio, Red Brick Grille features a classic Americana cuisine menu with appetizers, BBQ fare, gourmet pizzas, burgers, handcrafted sandwiches and a wide selection of fresh salads.
 
The complex is also equipped to accommodate large parties and corporate functions with digital and on-screen PowerPoint presentations for more than 1,000 guests.


Frank Theatres opens entertainment center in Delray Beach

March 1, 2013

Frank Theatres CineBowl & Grille at Delray Marketplace debuted on Feb. 13 in Delray Beach, FL. The new 70,000-square-foot entertainment complex offers 12 movie screens (including IMAX and D-Box theatres) with reserved seating; the Red Brick Grille, a full-service restaurant and bar; 16 VIP lounge-style bowling lanes, and a full redemption arcade.
 
“It has been a longtime vision to bring this concept to fruition and we anticipate tremendous success in this growing area,” said Bruce Frank, president and CEO of Frank Entertainment, a company founded by his grandfather more than a century ago. “With Frank Theatres CineBowl & Grille we offer a true destination designed to bring people together for great food, the newest feature films and all-around fun.”
 
The 12 movie auditoriums are equipped with Sony Digital Cinema 4K with High Frame Rate (HFR) capability and RealD 3D. Frank Theatres’ proprietary FDX large-screen format features an 80-foot-screen and Dolby Atmos surround sound.
 
A casual-dining indoor restaurant with outdoor patio, Red Brick Grille features a classic Americana cuisine menu with appetizers, BBQ fare, gourmet pizzas, burgers, handcrafted sandwiches and a wide selection of fresh salads.
 
The complex is also equipped to accommodate large parties and corporate functions with digital and on-screen PowerPoint presentations for more than 1,000 guests.

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