My family and I visited the Palladium for the first time this past Saturday night to see the Man of Steel. I was impressed with the aesthetic look and feel of the place. The restaurants were slightly limited in that each was a specific specialty : pizza, gyros, and Italian....more The layout of the theatre was spacious and had remnants of the old grandeur and spirit of ancient Rome. The staff was helpful and courteous and seemed to take pride in their jobs. I particularly liked the many self serve ticket kiosks that allows you to purchase a ticket for any movie up to nearly a week in advance. If you are uncomfortable using the kiosks, you can purchase your ticket at the service desk from a group of helpful humans . Soon you will be able to have your food order delivered to you while in the movie theatre, courtesy of the resident restsurants. If you have some time to kill before or after the movie, you might want to check out the sports bar, the bowling alley, or the arcade. This is the place you can drop your kids off at in the morning and pick them up that evening or night. Unless your kid has their own transportation, they won't be going anywhere else because there are no adjacent businesses nearby (for now). So drop off the kiddies or join them, then ditch them for the bar or more adult venues. This place offers a little something for everyone. I think they should add a indoor go cart track or slot car racing for those of us who want a little more fast and furious action :)view less
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I loved this theater! I have been to the one at the one in San Antonio many times and it is impressive. But this one is the mother of them all! Absolutely the way movies should be! You have to experience this theater!!! Try the D-box seats.
It's a nice place, I enjoy the big screen and reclining seats but as for the employees there, they are childish there but overall, good place to watch a flick.