Movies with taste at new Vail theater
High Altitude Society
Vail CO Colorado
VAIL – There were a few soft openings for the new CineBistro in Vail this week to work out the kinks. The business had its grand opening Friday and is off to a great start.
“Wow – what a treat,” said Maxine Graboyes. “I have nev-er seen anything like it. The decor is gorgeous – elegant but understated. The drinks were even gorgeous. I had a ‘Love Bug’ (made with banana liqueur and pineapple juice). It was delicious. All that was missing was the beach.”
“CineBistro combines a super-comfortable sports bar with the most delicious drinks and a movie theater,” said Warren Graboyes.
” The 63-seat theater has sumptu-ous seating and great food. What an improvement for Vail.”
The talk of the evening on Wednesday often veered to remi-niscing on how the old Crossroads Theater was a bit antiquated. It was definitely time for a movie theater in Vail since the closing of the Cas-cade Village Theater. CineBistro boasts state-of- the-art technology from check-in to curtain call. The huge screens and com-fortable, high-back leather seats make watching a film enjoyable. For in-theatre dining, be sure to arrive 30 min-utes before showtime.
Prepared fresh daily from local ingredients are chef-inspired dishes such as the sesame seared tuna with field green salad, avocado, tomatoes and a ginger lime dressing. A “feature” – or main course – is the fettucini al forno with garlic cream sauce and Parmesan crust was fresh and filling.
To learn more about Vail’s most innova-tive movie and dining experience and all that CineBistro has to offer, call 970-476-0333 or visit http://www.cobbcinebistro.com.
Melina Valsecia said her experience as an immigrant in Eagle County helped her understand the need for a new way of looking at how service providers engage with the growing Latino population, many of whom are first- or second-generation immigrants.