Krikorian Entertainment Complex breaks ground in Menifee

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MENIFEE – The long anticipated sight of heavy equipment in the Menifee Town Center has paved the way for the Krikorian Entertainment Complex to break ground and begin grading. The project will bring the nation’s largest indoor, in-service, luxury movie screen to Menifee, along with a bowling alley, restaurant, arcade and laser tag.The entertainment venue will feature a 100,000-square-foot facility with 13 theater screens, along with a 16-lane bowling alley. A theater with a 100-foot-by-54- foot screen, the largest indoor screen in the nation, along with luxury seating and dining and drink service will also be available. A scratch kitchen and sports bar will be included in the complex, bringing additional dining options to the center of the city.For more information on the Kriko
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  1. This is good, and not just for those in Menifee. Everyone who has ever enjoyed the Mall-centered movie entertainment experience in Temecula has felt the discomfort of that too-often over-packed very busy theater complex. If entertainment lovers in Menifee have the advantage of not having to travel to Temecula fo see a flick, then that serioiusly notches up the movie experience for everyone in Menifee and Temecula (and Murrieta, too).
    Also, it lessens the load on the 215 freeway, and that provides advantage as regards the wider-regional draw that will come from the future huge Triangle project.

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