DELRAY BEACH — After receiving a massive makeover, Paragon Theaters is ready to debut its new luxury amenities, including in-theater dining and a state-of-the-art projection screen.
The 26,000-square foot facility in West Delray will hold its official re-opening on Nov. 5 after a lengthy shutdown to remodel the 12-screen theater at Delray Marketplace.
Paragon Theaters, which also includes a 16-lane bowling alley and arcade games, will introduce a remade Extreme Theater, which they’re dubbing the first of its kind in Florida. The Extreme Theater will feature a 66-foot-wide screen tilted at a 15-degree angle for optimal laser projection.
Among the other changes for moviegoers:
- Luxury zero-gravity recliners in every seat
- In-theater dining in select seats
- Opening of The Agency Kitchen & Bar with craft food & cocktails
- Re-modeled lobby and concessions
“During the shutdowns last year, we took time to consider the expectations of our guests post-pandemic and decided to roll out these new amenities at Delray Marketplace based on those discussions,” Paragon Theaters CEO Mike Whalen said in a news release.
“Our vision has always been to recreate the venue with unique amenities combining luxury movie-going with excellent dining, and fun entertainment features such as bowling and gaming.”
Paragon Theaters held a soft reopening on Oct. 6. November’s grand re-opening will coincide with the upcoming release of Marvel’s new blockbuster “Eternals.”