Watching movies at the Cinebarre in Thornton, CO
If you’re ever traveling through the great state of Colorado, you may want to take a visit to the beautiful town of Thornton. It’s a little over an hour away drive from the Rocky Mountain National Park, near The Dental Center at Thornton Plaza, 10 miles northeast of downtown Denver, and about a 30-minute drive to Denver International Airport. In 2018, Thornton’s population was estimated at 136,978 and is the 6th largest city in the state of Colorado. It’s a city rich in natural beauty with 2,000 acres of unspoiled land and open space covering the region. Thornton boasts of lovely parks, walking trails, golf courses, recreational spots, and an array of shopping centers- which makes it a coveted community in its own right. If you prize yourself as a foodie like me, you’ll fall in love with the delicious eateries in town- from breakfast houses, brick-oven pizza restaurants, to mouth-watering Asian cuisine. There is a tasty venue to please everyone in search of good grub.
And if you’re interested in some good entertainment in this Denver burb, one popular establishment in the heart of the town has what it all- the Thornton Cinebarre. Located at 10001 Grant Street inside the Thornton Town Center, a smaller scale strip mall just minutes away from the highway 25 and the exquisite shopper’s paradise- the Denver Premium Outlets.
The Thornton Cinebarre is a unique place. It is a large scale, a multi-plex suburban movie theater that also houses a fitness center. In town movie-goers will tell you this cinema house has the best tasting fries and burgers around..and the pretzels are considered habit-forming. The food is considered a tad pricey, but it’s worth it because it’s top-notch snacking. And it’s indeed a cool deal watching your favorite films on the Big Screen while being served good eats and drinks. And everyone who visits the Cinebarre brags about the courteous staff and waiters who are always eager to please even the most finicky movie-goer. Whether you’re a teen or parent, the Cinebarre offers terrific silver screen entertainment in a family-friendly environment. If you are on a walk in the area, check out the Thornton Veteran Memorial.
Everyone who visits this cinema house enjoys the casual feeling of the place, the smell of great-tasting food, and the old movie posters that cover the walls. And there is an assortment of not-too-pricey beer and wine to enjoy at the theater’s bar and affordable movie ticket prices at the door. A movie for two costs just under $15 bucks. Date night never got better, right? There are 9 showtimes available, 7 days a week offered at this trendy in town cinema. And the first thing you’ll noticeably love about watching films at the Cinebarre is the relaxing environment and cozy, comfortable seats. There are showtimes playing several times a day, where you can sit back and enjoy a popular film of the week with family and friends. And the Cinebarre also hosts Indie shorts by local filmmakers at certain times in the year. So, simply put- the Thornton Cinebarre is a great place for everyone in town!