Wednesday night dinners are a family favorite here. That is a wonderful way for me to bring home hot healthy and delicious meals usually with leftovers for another night. Check out the monthly menu. You won't be disappointed
Great taco joint. I heard from a friend that they always have $1 tacos so I decided to try them out. To my surprise the tacos were very good and if you are a fan of Al Pastor this is a must try. They have REAL Al Pastor!!
I have been visiting Hollywood Palms once or twice a month since they first opened. Overall, they have only gotten better since first opening, though they are very different.
First, the positives, which are why I come back each time.
+ The decoration of the building, and particularly each of the theaters, is spectacular. Fun and exciting each time you walk into a new one.
+ The seating, since they have upgraded, is excellent. You reserve a specific seat, all of them are the electric recliners that so many theaters are getting nowadays, with a tray table to eat your food. Most seats in each theater are good seats, and they’re all in good condition.
+ The food is genuinely very good. I get the Potato Munckskins with the Grinch Dip every time. They also have a phenomenal mushroom burger, good nachos, and two or three good desserts. The alcoholic drinks are good too, especially now that they have a number of good local beers on tap.
+ I typically get great service. I’ve seen lots of very negative reviews of service in here, but I have been here more times than I can count and have only had bad service maybe two times. I would say they are typically very good, and always respond quickly to the call button.
There are negatives too, however, that keep them from getting five stars.
- The seats are nice, but with reserved seating it would be nice if I could buy them online. But their online ticketing requires an extra dollar surcharge with every purchase. I don’t think that’s necessary, especially since they now charge the same as other theaters for their tickets.
- The food is solid. But it is overpriced, with no free refills on drinks. I used to justify this to myself by considering that the movie tickets themselves are so much cheaper than other theaters. But now they are $10.50 for an evening showing which is on par with every other local theater, and since you are still required to purchase at least one item, it can be a pretty pricey evening. They could fix this by not requiring a purchase, making the food slightly cheaper, or at least offering one free refill on drinks. For alcoholic beverages, they are massively overpriced as well. But this is typical of any restaurant, at least Hollywood Palms has some solid deals each weeknight that make them much more reasonable.