FLORIDA – Studio Movie Grill, the diner cinema chain, is one of the first to reopen its Florida theaters.
What you need to know
- Studio Movie Grill reopened theaters June 26
- Sunset Walk in Kissimmee and Seminole locations
- New health and safety measures introduced
- Tickets are discounted for reopening
After being shut down for months due to the coronavirus pandemic, the company’s Sunset Walk location in Kissimmee and the Seminole location will reopen on Friday. No date has yet been announced for the Studio MOvie Grill location in Tampa.
“We are ecstatic to safely welcome guests back into the thrill of big screen movies at SMG Theaters,” founder and CEO Brian Schultz said in a press release.
Studio Movie Grill will implement new health and safety measures.
The theaters operate with a capacity of 50 percent. All personnel must undergo a health check prior to their shift and wear face masks and other protective equipment. Studio Movie Grill recommends face masks for moviegoers. However, in areas where face masks are required, Studios Movie Grill also needs these.
The company said that any theater will have social distances built into the seat selection. Social distance markers will also be placed in the common areas. Hand sanitizing stations will also be available in the theaters.
Moviegoers are encouraged to purchase their tickets and order food through the SMG mobile app.
Before the reopening, Studio Movie Grill offers tickets for $ 5 for all screenings. Tickets for children and seniors cost $ 3.
Studio Movie Grill will also widen the gap between showtimes to allow for greater cleaning.