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Date Right At This Gorgeous Backyard Cinema For Dinner And A Movie

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Date Right At This Gorgeous Backyard Cinema For Dinner And A Movie

Steak out at Jasper’s Backyard Cinema!

Backyard Cinema Nights are back at Jasper’s in Uptown. Dine on a gourmet alfresco dinner while catching a film under the stars! [Featured image: @jaspersuptown]

From now until May 4, Jasper’s Uptown will be hosting Backyard Cinema Nights on Thursdays and Saturdays. Here, visitors can watch popular movies on the big screen with full service from all of Jasper’s menus all night.

“Completely lose yourself in your favorite movie during Jasper’s Backyard Cinema Nights,” Jasper’s writes on their website. “Get ready to cheer for your heroes, boo the bad guys, shout out your favorite lines, and even sing along with the songs — all in a socially distanced, outdoor-seated amphitheater with fellow fans.”

For dinner, the restaurant offers appetizers, salads, entrées – or Backyard Fare on the menu – and cast-iron sides. Featured dishes include a half-dozen fresh Blue Point Oysters, or, feast on their renowned Slow Smoked Back Back Ribs.

Drink-wise, Jasper’s offers a number of refreshing libations to heighten the movie-going experience. In light of the spring, the bar is serving $5 frozen mojitos. Visitors can also opt for one of their other house-spun cocktails such as the Lucy in the Sky – mixed with gin, strawberry shrub, champagne, and lemon.

The next available screenings are scheduled for Thursday, April 22, and Saturday, April 24, in which the patio is screening Guardians of the Galaxy – there are two screenings this week (April 15 and 17) but tickets are already sold out!

In honor of May the fourth, the patio bar and restaurant is featuring a special screening of the Rogue One Star Wars movie!

Tickets are $10 and include one bag of popcorn. All screenings begin at 8 pm. See you there!

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