Fabulous Film, Food and Fun at CineBowl & Grille

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Celebrate your love for film, food and fun with a visit to the new Frank Theatres CineBowl & Grille at Delray Marketplace located at 14775 Lyons Road. The brand new, 70,000 square foot entertainment complex opened to the public on February 13 with 12 movie screens; the Red Brick Grille, a full service restaurant and bar; 16 VIP lounge style bowling lanes, arcade and much more. “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.” In addition to some of the most state-of-the-art theatre equipment including IMAX and one of the largest movie screens south of New York, Frank Theatres CineBowl & Grille at Delray Marketplace will give moviegoers the opportunity to reserve their seats well before showtime via an on-line system, Smartphone application and kiosks located throughout the complex lobby. Traditionalists will still have the option to purchase tickets at the box office.

The 12 movie auditoriums will be equipped with Sony Digital Cinema 4k with High Frame Rate (HFR) technology & RealD 3D as well as IMAX, FDX & D-BOX MFX Motion Technology. Moviegoers will be among the first in South Florida to view movies on Frank Theatre’s proprietary FDX large screen format with 80 foot screen and Dolby ATMOS, a “surround sound” system like no other that allows film makers to position movie sounds anywhere throughout the theatre with speakers overhead and enveloping the auditorium. Sixteen VIP lounge style bowling lanes will be topped with 340” flat screens (more than six times larger and crisper than any stay-at-home experience). Guests of all ages will enjoy a full redemption arcade complete with more than 25 video and prize games. A full-service casual dining indoor restaurant, Red Brick Grille, with outside patio, will feature a classic Americana cuisine menu with appetizers, BBQ fare, gourmet pizzas, mouth- watering burgers, handcrafted sandwiches and a wide selection of fresh salads. Two bars – with one located on a private patio – will serve signature cocktails, specialty martinis and more than 24 handcrafted draft beers and premium liquor selections. The complex will be equipped to accommodate large parties and corporate functions with digital and on-screen PowerPoint presentations for more than 1,000 guests. Frank Family Entertainment Group and Frank Theatres are truly a family business. Today, Bruce Frank works closely with his sister, Debbie Frank, Executive Vice President, and wife, Joyce, who heads up the company’s Food & Beverage Division. Frank credits his late father, Alvin Frank, with much of his company’s success and his own strong business acumen. Frank will open its second REVOLUTIONS brand LBE Center, at City Place in West Palm Beach this spring. The 35,000 square-foot entertainment venue will offer a full service restaurant – The Red Brick Grille; VIP bowling; The Stadium – Sports Amphitheatre; three bars; live entertainment and a full redemption arcade. Frank Family Entertainment recently opened the first of this concept in Bethlehem, PA. Frank Family Entertainment Group Celebrating over a century of bringing families together, the Frank Family Entertainment Group was founded in 1906 by Samuel Frank of Philadelphia, PA. From its humble beginnings in the movie theatre business to its current reputation as both a pioneer and innovator in entertainment, hospitality and real estate, the Company has consistently built a track record of success – owning, operating, developing and managing more than 150 entertainment venues. Frank Theatres, a division of the parent company and incorporated in 1921, introduced talkie films to the Philadelphia area, built the first Twin theatre in the United States (1966) and developed one of New Jersey’s earliest Mega-Plex Cinemas, the Towne 16 Stadium Cinema, which also introduced stadium seating back in 1986. The company also develops, owns and operates numerous shopping centers, retail and residential properties, restaurants, nightclubs, hotels and condominium developments. The company has headquarters in Jupiter, Florida and Atlantic City, New Jersey. About Frank Theatres Frank Theatres currently owns and operates 25 theatres and 300 screens in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. Guided by a third generation of leadership and a seasoned management team, Frank Theatres continues their growth with upcoming projects in West Palm Beach, FL; Greenville, SC; Rock Hill, SC; Cary, NC; Holly Springs, NC; Southern Pines, NC; Ranson, WV; Willow Grove, PA; Princeton, NJ and Syracuse, NY. For more information, visit www.franktheatres.com.