for not much more than the cost of a standard movie experience in LA you could opt for Ipic. Walking in feels like you just got past the velvet rope in a Las
Vegas night club. Music and multiple full bars are on display. Checking into your pre-determined seats is easy as there are self service kiosks and a standard box office ready for you. as you make your way to the seats you realize this is no ordinary movie theater. The theater contains about 30 fully reclining Barcaloungers complete with pillows, blankets and small tables. These tables have call buttons on them ready to summon a waiter to take your order from a menu that is good but a little over priced. (My Rueben sandwich was $17...my Dogfish Head 90 minute IPA was $7). The waiters are ninjas. They come and go in silence. The only evidence they were there is your food, drink or complimentary popcorn that's been left behind.
This set up is ideal for longer movies but I'm not sure younger kids could handle the novelty of the leather seats responsibly. The concept of this establishment is great and if you don't get food or drinks, the value is unparalleled. However to waste a setting like Ipic by utilizing it as a standard movie-going experience is a selling it well short of its potential.