Monday, June 29, 2009

An Outsider's Take on the Human Groupings at Roxy Bar

Whoever thought to combine a theatre, restaurant, and bar under one roof was genius. Rarely in the United States do you get to experience cinema like this. Typically, seeing a movie at a regular movie theatre back home does not allow much room to do anything but simply sit in silence and watch the movie. However, Roxy Bar provides its guests a chance to grab a bite to eat, have a few drinks, and engage in conversation all while watching an enticing movie selected for its audiences’ enjoyment.

The wide range of people spending an evening at Roxy Bar showed that anyone could come in and have a good time. You could catch a handsome couple engrossed in conversation (and one another) sitting on one of the plush couches drinking wine. There were groups of friends enjoying one another’s company while drinking Becks Vier. Or you could see the massive group of eager eyed American tourists walking through the bar excited to be venturing into a London hotspot culturally different from their own.

Whether you were a young couple on a date, friends having a relaxed night out, or a group of American tourists looking to engage in a new form of cinema entertainment, each group commonly shared a mutual admiration for a good film, good food, good drinks, and good company.



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