Stephanie Campbell, an operations manager at Columbia’s downtown Nickelodeon Theatre, serves a beer Thursday to a customer before the start of a movie. The Nick is among the first movie houses in the city to add alcohol to its concessions, an offering that is growing as theaters seek to compete with online movie watching.
Stephanie Campbell, an operations manager at Columbia’s downtown Nickelodeon Theatre, serves a beer Thursday to a customer before the start of a movie. The Nick is among the first movie houses in the city to add alcohol to its concessions, an offering that is growing as theaters seek to compete with online movie watching. Gerry Melendez gmelendez@thestate.com
Stephanie Campbell, an operations manager at Columbia’s downtown Nickelodeon Theatre, serves a beer Thursday to a customer before the start of a movie. The Nick is among the first movie houses in the city to add alcohol to its concessions, an offering that is growing as theaters seek to compete with online movie watching. Gerry Melendez gmelendez@thestate.com

Beer, wine to wash down popcorn: Theaters turning to alcohol to compete for movie watchers

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