Moviehouse & Eatery Opens in Keller


Moviehouse & Eatery, a premier movie and entertainment destination, will officially open for business on November 7th, 2014. Located at 250 Rufe Snow Drive in Keller, Moviehouse & Eatery is part of Keller Town Center with Keller Independent School District Natatorium and The City of Keller City Hall. The opening brings a new dine-in movie experience to Tarrant County, offering residents of the area the perfect cinema-going experience for a unique date, family night out, or anything in between.  

The 42,000 square foot Keller location of Moviehouse & Eatery features eight dine-in theaters with 900 plush leather recliners, wall-to-wall screens, and auditoriums utilizing the latest technology available for digital projection and surround sound. As a dine-in theater, full food and beverage service is offered to patrons in each auditorium. The lobby of the theater features a comfortable lounge area—ideal for meet-ups before screenings—and offers a full-service bar featuring a menu of craft cocktails. Classic movie theater concessions are not forgotten at Moviehouse & Eatery Keller as patrons of all-ages can visit M&E Treats, located in the lobby, to order popcorn, candy and other snacks to complement their theater experience.



As a dine-in theater, Moviehouse & Eatery Keller offers an American Classic menu overseen by Executive Chef Brandon Hanna. Chef Hanna creates fresh, made-from scratch dishes using high quality ingredients. Most food items arrive within 25 minutes of the screening and items can be ordered up to 45 minutes prior to the end of the showing. The full menu for Moviehouse & Eatery Keller will be available at the opening of the theater.

Popular items from the Moviehouse & Eatery menu include the M&E Classic burger, Millionaire’s Club sandwich, the Yucatan pizza, the Italian pizza, and the Lollipop Chicken appetizer. Specialty kid’s menu items, gluten-free selections, vegetarian, and vegan options are also available. The bar selection offers a full menu of draft and bottled beer, wine options and signature craft cocktails.

Ticket prices for all shows before 12:01 p.m. daily start at $7.50 for children under 12 and $9.50 for adults. Tickets for all other daily screenings will start at $12. Moviegoers can reserve their seats at the box office or online. Chris Rowand, a 20-year Keller resident and veteran of Starbucks, will be the General Manager of Moviehouse & Eatery Keller. “Moviehouse & Eatery is excited to bring a premier theater experience at a value price point for residents of Keller and the surrounding area,” Rowand said. “We are looking forward to providing a family-friendly entertainment option for the community.”



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2 responses to “Moviehouse & Eatery Opens in Keller

  1. Denise

    Excited to have a Keller theater, although ticket prices are on the high side!

  2. Kenny

    Will childcare be offered as a service like Harkins?

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