We went to the new Studio Movie Grill last night with my partner's mother...an evening out on the town. It was our first experience at the new location in South West Arlington near Parks Mall. It was easy to tell that they are still adjusting the new employees to their job responsibilities. Nothing was explained to us about how it all worked, we had to ask. Once we got the explanation we were directed to our theater.
Upon entering, it was clear to see that they tried to maximize seating at the expense of the customer. The seats were swivel executive chairs with no room to swivel. Once we saw that no one was going to sit near our area, we promptly removed one of the chairs and pushed it back to the next row, giving us adequate space.
The food was good, but a little pricey. But I can accept that when you have the convience of movie and dinner together. Her Mom got the grilled chicken sandwich which looked good...we split the rib basket, which I would not recommend again. Although the ribs were good, they had very little meat on six ribs for $10.50. We also ordered the potato skins which were topped with cheese and lots of bacon and disappeared fast!!! The popcorn was a disappointment, apparently popped hours before showtime, it was stale....so skip on that too. We've heard from others that the burgers are fantastic, so that will be our next order when we visit the Studio Movie Grill again.
All in all, a very pleasant experinece and one that we will take in again....By the way, the movie of choice this adventure was "Night at the Museum" and it was excellent!