I agree with Freonchill. There are a couple of theaters like that in the DC area, or at least there were when I lived closer to DC. Both offered meals and at least the one had a micro brewery onsite so you could enjoy the homebrew beer or partake of a selection of the commercial beers while watching a movie. Two problems with those theaters, though, they did not play the latest movies so camping out for SW ahead of its release date (as soooo many nerds do) would be fruitless because its probably still not being shown there, yet and with one of the theaters (I have only visited the one), the food was mainly fast food type fair, hamburgers, hotdogs, fries, etc. A theater with a more rounded menu would be my choice, sort of like a menu from Ruby Tuesday’s (note: this was picked only because there are RT’s everywhere in the US, not because their food is exemplary) where you have the burgers but also someone can have a real meal, like a steak or chicken, or salmon, etc. I had always thought that this kind of movie theater would do well in many metro. areas.