Star Cinema Grill to open its first-ever drive-in theater on Fry Road in Cypress

Officials with the Houston-based Star Cinema Grill said they plan to open the theater chain's first drive in location Sept. 3 at 8920 Fry Road, Cypress. (Courtesy Star Cinema Grill)
Officials with the Houston-based Star Cinema Grill said they plan to open the theater chain's first drive in location Sept. 3 at 8920 Fry Road, Cypress. (Courtesy Star Cinema Grill)

Officials with the Houston-based Star Cinema Grill said they plan to open the theater chain's first drive in location Sept. 3 at 8920 Fry Road, Cypress. (Courtesy Star Cinema Grill)

Officials with the Houston-based Star Cinema Grill said they plan to open the theater chain's first-ever drive-in location Sept. 3 at 8920 Fry Road, Cypress.

The drive-in will be unveiled in coordination with the release of the Christopher Nolan film Tenet, according to Aug. 31 press release.

Films will be shown on the drive-in screen at 8:15 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays. Another screening will take place on Fridays and Saturdays only at 10:30 p.m.

Films will be a mix of new releases and old-school classics, according to the release. Screenings over the first weekend include Bill & Ted Face the Music, Trolls World Tour and Jurassic Park.

"Being able to put together a drive-in theater and show new release movies is really exciting,” said Jason Ostrow, Star Cinema Grill's vice president, in a statement. “We have heard the demand from our guests and responded, as we always do.”


Guests who attend drive-in screenings can purchase menu items from their vehicles, including concessions, beer, liquor and wine. Star Cinema Grill is partnering with Karbach Brewing Company and Silver Eagle Distributors to provide drink specials, according to the release.

Guests are allowed to leave their vehicles but are required to practice social distancing between other guests. Admission is $19.95 per vehicle, and tickets must be purchased online or by mobile app. Gates open 30 minutes prior to showtime. 832-497-5140. www.starcinemagrill.net/drive-in
By Shawn Arrajj
Shawn Arrajj serves as the editor of the Cy-Fair edition of Community Impact Newspaper where he covers the Cy-Fair and Jersey Village communities. He mainly writes about development, transportation and issues in Harris County.


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