There is a full-service bar for all your entertainment needs at the entrance - please note the classy backdrop!!
Fork & Screen theaters are like the 1st class section on an airplane - seats are extra cushy (and leather???), arm rests are extra wide, more than spacious legroom, tray tables and TWO cupholders, and a button to press when services are needed. Please note the actual napkins and silverware!!
Here is the special button you press to call over the waitress! Snazzy.
The food at Fork & Screen is really rather impressive considering the circumstances. The Margherita Flatbread Pizzetta was nice and doughy - olive oil brushed over flatbread with Mozzarella and Provolone cheeses, fresh Roma tomato slices, and fresh basil.
Here is my Fire-Roasted Veggie Quesadilla - grill-toasted and Southwest seasoned flour tortillas stuffed with bell peppers, sweet onions, vine-ripened tomatoes, and shredded aged Cheddar and Monterey Jack cheese. I "made it a meal" by adding a side garden salad with honey mustard dressing (those little fried croutons were BLISS). I preferred the flatbread pizzetta over the quesadilla because I found it leaning towards the soggy side.
Fork & Screen also offers a variety of beverages (wines, beers, specialty cockatils, soft drinks, and even milk shakes!) - here is my friend's Mango Margarita!!
Appetizers, entrees, desserts, and sides - Fork & Screen (surprisingly) has it all!! I was honestly impressed with the entire experience and surprised with the amount and qualtiy of the food offerings (liken this to an Applebees). So next time you are in the suburbs - see if your local theater has been converted to an AMC Fork & Screen!!!!