Now, you can get dinner, drinks, and a show in Upper Darby without ever leaving your seat. This is all thanks to the new Studio Movie Grill near the 69th Street Terminal, which is expected to play a major role in the 69th Street revitalization project. 

This new establishment brought roughly 250 new jobs to Upper Darby and is also bringing a big crowd to an area that really needed the boost. At Roll-Off Dumpster Direct, we’re especially happy with this new business venture and we were glad to service over twenty dumpsters to its construction over the past few months.

The New Movie Experience

If you’re in the area, you can simply visit the Studio Movie Grill‘s website and make your reservation online. You won’t have to rush to get your ticket before the movie sells out. Once you arrive, you can skip the concession line and get comfy in the new spacious, leather seats. Choose from their cocktail selection and over 100 food options, including fresh farm-to-table produce, and a member of the serving staff will bring your meal without ever interrupting the film.

If you’re not in the mood for a movie, they also have a bar, TVs, and a pool table for anyone just looking for a relaxing night out. In our opinion, this could be the new hot spot in Upper Darby. Maybe we’ll see you there!

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