Dinner & A Movie @ The Taphouse

Come see the new hot release "Raya and The Last Dragon" under The Taphouse Tent on a big 90" screen!  Enjoy the show with a meal and a few drinks, with service before and throughout the show.  The showing will kick off at dusk ~8:15PM.  Seating for dinner will begin at 7PM, but feel free to come anytime before the show.  Food specials, including candy & dessert, and of course your movie theatre favorites will be available!  

No admission cost; but a minimum of $10/person spend on food/drink is required.  No outside food/drink allowed.

Reservations required at taphousenj.com

Contact Information
  1. Ian
  2. 9738324141
  3. taphouseparties@gmail.com
Tue, July 27
8:15 pm — 10:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 07/27/2021 8:15pm 07/27/2021 10:30pm America/New_York Dinner & A Movie @ The Taphouse

Come see the new hot release "Raya and The Last Dragon" under The Taphouse Tent on a big 90" screen! Enjoy the show with a meal and a few drinks, with service before and throughout the show. The showing will kick off at dusk ~8:15PM. Seating for dinner will begin at 7PM, but feel free to come anytime before the show. Food specials, including candy & dessert, and of course ...

344 French Hill Road WAYNE, NJ 07470

344 French Hill Road
WAYNE, NJ 07470

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