Summer Movie Series Focuses On Food Movies With A Meal To Match | To eat


MUSE Winston-Salem and A/perture Cinema have teamed up for an outdoor summer movie series that combines movies with meals hosted to accompany the movies.

The four-movie Street Food Cinema series will debut May 21 at 226 S. Liberty St.

Admission to the cinema is free. The meals, available for pre-order online, cost $20 each. For each film, there will be a vegetarian or vegan meal option, as well as a non-vegetarian option. Hoots Beer Co. will be selling beer on site. Some foods may be available for purchase on site, but to guarantee meals, people are encouraged to order ahead.

May 21, “The Lunchbox”, a Hindi film about the confusions surrounding a wife’s effort to provide her husband with lovingly prepared lunches. Paired with food from Spice Cats, a pop-up from the family that runs OM Groceries.

June 25, “Tampopo”, a Japanese film about a family noodle shop. Paired with food from Bootleg Ramen.

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July 30, “Metro Manila, a crime drama about a Filipino rice farmer who moves his family to the big city. Paired with Filipino food from Kuya Bear Food.

August 27, “Like Water for Chocolate”, a romantic film about a young Mexican woman upset in love who discovers a talent for cooking. Paired with food from Heavy Nopal, a Mexican fusion pop-up.

To pre-order a meal or for more information, including menus, go to openingcinema.com/a-mobile.

336-727-7394, @mhastingsWSJ

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