Attendees can ‘drive in’ to Al’s Garage to watch hilarious movies, enjoy treats
HENDERSON, Nev. – Those looking for a fun way to spend a Saturday night can “drive in” to Al’s Garage every Saturday night at midnight this summer (June 25 through Sept. 24) to enjoy funny movies and movie-appropriate treats.
Fresh free popcorn will be served during the movie, and boxed movie candy and movie-themed food and drink specials (shots that taste like movie candy, movie-style nachos and movie-style hot dogs, all for $4 each) will be sold.
Movies will include “Old School” (July 9); “Caddyshack” (July 16); “The Other Guys” (July 23); “Animal House” (July 30); “The 40-Year-Old Virgin” (Aug. 6); “Airplane” (Aug. 13); “The Hangover” (Aug. 20); “The Jerk” (Aug. 27); “There’s Something About Mary” (Sept. 3); “Beverly Hills Cop” (Sept. 10); “Superbad” (Sept. 17); and “Tommy Boy” (Sept. 24).
Owned by District Tavern Group, Al’s Garage is located in the District at Green Valley Ranch, 2240 Village Walk Dr., just off Green Valley Parkway and I-215.
In 2005, Las Vegas native Pete Kaufman, while still working at the Bellagio as a senior executive of casino marketing, opened Balboa Pizza with childhood friends Frank Toti, Jr. and Jeff and Jonathan Fine. The quartet built on their initial investment with Al’s Garage and eventually established District Tavern Group to serve as the restaurants’ umbrella organization. In 2010 District Tavern Group opened Presidio. District Tavern Group’s three locations within The District all offer 24-hour food, fun, drinks and fair gaming and cater to local players and industry workers.
For additional information on District Tavern Group, call 702-586-4089.