Meridian Cinemas operates the 15-screen theater at the Village at Meridian. The company has a license to sell liquor by the drink, beer and wine, which can be consumed in its restaurant or in nine theaters with designated 21-and-older “VIP” seating, which is sectioned off from general seating where no alcoholic beverages are served.
Meridian Cinemas operates the 15-screen theater at the Village at Meridian. The company has a license to sell liquor by the drink, beer and wine, which can be consumed in its restaurant or in nine theaters with designated 21-and-older “VIP” seating, which is sectioned off from general seating where no alcoholic beverages are served. Darin Oswald Idaho Statesman file
Meridian Cinemas operates the 15-screen theater at the Village at Meridian. The company has a license to sell liquor by the drink, beer and wine, which can be consumed in its restaurant or in nine theaters with designated 21-and-older “VIP” seating, which is sectioned off from general seating where no alcoholic beverages are served. Darin Oswald Idaho Statesman file

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