Movie Meals returns with A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol

Haven’t you always wondered what figgy pudding tastes like? Well, now is your chance to find out, because the County Theater is once again teaming up with the Vine and Fig Tree Bistro to bring a cinematic meal to life.

On Wed, December 12th, we present a special holiday edition of our Movie Meals series. We are excited to bring to the big screen the classic version of Dicken’s holiday classic A Christmas Carol. And after the film, Chef Abbate will be presenting a bountiful Victorian Christmas Dinner, as seen in the film.

The ultimate yuletide film, Dicken’s A Chrismas Carol tells the tale of the penny-pinching miser Scrooge, played perfectly by Alastair Sim, as he is visited by three ghosts who call into question his lack of giving spirit. The film culminates with the classic, British Christmas dinner: a table overflowing with roast fowl – both turkey and goose – puddings, chestnuts, fruit, cakes, and punch.

And for this one special night, after seeing the meal on-screen, you will have the opportunity to walk across the street and tuck into it yourself. The Bistro will be festively decorated and you will be welcomed to a classic Christmas feeling with large family-style tables and friendly conversation.

Join us for this special night. Tickets are available for the dinner and movie package and just for the film itself. Seating for dinner is limited to 30, so book your space now.

A Christmas Carol
Wed, Dec 12th
6:00pm – Movie
7:30pm – Dinner (sold out)

Dinner and Movie Ticket – $75 – Includes admission to the film, dinner at Vine and Fig Tree Bistro, and complimentary appetizers and mulled wine before the screening. (Seating for dinner limited to 30.)

Movie Only Ticket – $10 – Includes admission to the film and complimentary appetizers and mulled wine before the screening.

2 thoughts on “Movie Meals returns with A Christmas Carol

  1. Cindy,

    I just spoke to Chef Abbate and he said he will make a vegetarian option. I will try to find out for you what it will be.

    Thanks,
    Chris

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