If your Monday night’s have been dedicated to watching RHOD (the Real Housewives of Dallas), then Studio Movie Grill in Plano is just where you want to be Monday, June 13 at 8 p.m.
Experience the season finale’s interactive watch party with RHOD stars Brandi Redmond and her co-host Stephanie Hollman. Meet the pair and ask all the juicy questions you’ve been dying to know the answers to! What’s up with LeeAnne Locken, anyways?
Tickets are just $25 and include pre-show tasty passed appetizers and one passed drink (maybe it’s, ahem, wine). Come hungry and thirsty. Studio Movie Grill’s full food and beverage menu is available throughout the season finale. 100% of tickets sales go to City House, a Collin County nonprofit that serves at-risk youth due to abuse, neglect or homelessness.
“I’m a big fan of Studio Movie Grill, so I was thrilled when they called about hosting the watch party,” said Redmond in a press release, who is a Plano resident, wife and mother of two daughters. “This season was such an amazing experience, and I’m looking forward to sharing some behind-the-scenes stories with our fans on Monday evening, while supporting such a wonderful Plano nonprofit.”
Get your tickets to The Real Housewives of Dallas watch party before they sell out! Click here for tickets.
Read all about Studio Movie Grill in Plano’s completely renovated new look and about their delicious menu offerings.
Also, did you hear about when RHOD LeeAnne Locken met Plano Mayor Harry LaRosiliere after her “It’s a little Plano in here” comment?
REAL HOUSEWIVES OF DALLAS FINALE AT SMG
When: Monday, June 13, 8 p.m.
Where: Studio Movie Grill, 4721 W. Park Blvd. Plano, TX
Cost: $25, includes app and drink. Click here for tickets.
About Studio Movie Grill
Studio Movie Grill (“SMG”) modernized the traditional movie-going experience by combining first-run movies with full-service, in-theater dining and is characterized in the market today by its continued ability to innovate and its dedication to the communities it serves. Established in 2000, SMG has swiftly grown to 24 locations in 10 states. SMG, long considered the leader of in-theater dining exhibition, recently announced a major expansion initiative with plans for additional sites throughout the country as well as ongoing remodeling and renovations to existing locations. SMG currently ranks the 20th largest exhibitor in the U.S. For additional information, visit studiomoviegrill.com.
About City House
City House has been around for more than 27 years, helping and impacting the lives of at-risk youth in Collin County. Founded in 1988 when Plano school teachers Nancy Boyd and Kay Goodman noticed several of their students living out of their lockers, what began as a six-bed teen homeless shelter has grown into a 48-bed multi-faceted organization serving at-risk youth due to abuse, neglect or homelessness. Our mission: Protecting Youth, Empowering Change, Transforming Lives. City House is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. For additional information, visit cityhouse.org.