Studio Movie Grill, Roswell, Atlanta, GA Review

Similar to Cinebistro in Brookhaven, Studio Movie Grill combines the dinner and show concept. Studio Movie Grill opened in Alpharetta June 2010. Studio Movie Grill is great for Roswellites, only about 3 miles down Holcomb Bridge Rd from 400. Studio Movie Grill invited me back to see a flick and sample their goods on a recent Sunday afternoon. Full disclosure: I was comped the movie tickets and meal as part of my review.

Man it is hot in Atlanta in August! And what a better way to spend an absolutely scorching Sunday afternoon than in a cool theatre, sipping on an ice cold Margarita? They have lots of cocktails at Studio Movie Grill and of course, beer and wine are available too. When you enter Studio Movie Grill, just beyond the ticketing area, you’ll see a bar to your left.

We chose to see the new Angelina Jolie flick, Salt. Totally unbelievable but certainly entertaining. But I digress. You have a choice of buying tickets in advance or purchasing them at the theatre box office. Prices are reasonable, plus movies are just $5 ALL Day on Tuesdays!

If you are going on weekend or seeing a recent release, I would suggest getting tickets in advance. As the theatres have tables / bars for eating, you can imagine this takes up some real estate, allowing for less seating. Studio Movie Grill also offers reserved seating. How nice is it to pick your own seat and know you’re seat is guaranteed even five minutes before the movie starts?

We decided to wait until we were seated before ordering drinks or food. There’s a button on each table you press to alert servers that you want to place an order. They’ll come around and enter in your order on their nifty hand held device. And don’t worry, they’ll drop your check off plenty of time before the movie is over, so you don’t have to sit there waiting on it or change.

Starting the movie experience off with a margarita, choices were a regular for $8.50 or large for $9.50. It’s a no brainer to order the large. For starters, we chose the Tabasco wings and Thai salad with mint dressing. I thought the wings were tasty and meaty, albeit a little expensive at $8.50 for 5 wings. The salad was a large portion and very fresh.

Although the starters at Studio Movie Grill were enjoyable, I highly recommend the Megaplex burger. With bacon, mushrooms, onions and both cheddar and pepper jack cheese, it was juicy and tasty. Even the dark theatre, I didn’t have to see the cheese to tell it was quality. It is pretty large and the burger, and along with my crispy sweet potato fries would have been plenty by itself to fill me up and keep me satisfied for the remainder of the night.

While Studio Movie Grill may not be a destination for ITPers, it’s something out of the ordinary for North Fulton / Johns Creek dwellers.

2880 Holcomb Bridge Road
Alpharetta, GA 30022

Extras: Kudos to SMG for posting this on their website: “No Children Under Age 2 Will Be Admitted To Any PG-13 or R-Rated Feature After 6:00 PM.” Wish more movie theatres would adopt this policy.


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3 thoughts on “Studio Movie Grill, Roswell, Atlanta, GA Review

  1. annoyed

    What is wrong with you people? Your entire website talks about the ambience and the food-where are the movies playing now listed?

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