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November 20, 2019

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Cinebarre is Las Vegas’ latest luxury theater complex

Sneak Peek at Palace Station

Steve Marcus

A view of an LED marquee sign at Palace Station Wednesday, June 20, 2018.

Cinebarre

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Moviegoers clearly love glugging Kendall-Jackson chardonnay in reclining leather seats, and now there’s another spot to do so.

Palace Station has rounded out its expansion/renovation with the just-opened Cinebarre, Regal Cinemas’ high-end theater brand.

The nine-auditorium facility offers patrons the usual luxe amenities—food and drink delivery to your seats, full bar offerings, a restaurant and lounge—along with pool tables and sporting event broadcasts in the aforementioned social areas.

If this week is any indication, expect a mainstream programming focus, with DC Comics’ Aquaman, Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns, Transformers’ breakoff title Bumblebee, Second Act starring Jennifer Lopez, and Welcome to Marwen with Steve Carell as the newest releases.

Ticket prices are comparable to the nearby Eclipse Theaters and Regal’s Downtown Summerlin 5: $18 for adults, $15 for children and seniors, $16 for an adult matinee ticket and $19-$22 for Real 3D screenings.

This story originally appeared in the Las Vegas Weekly.