Movies with taste at new Vail theater |

Movies with taste at new Vail theater

Betty Ann Woodland
High Altitude Society
Vail CO Colorado
Patrons Warren and Maxine Graboyes enjoy cocktails in the lounge before their cinematic experience at CineBistro on Wednesday.

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

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