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Tysons Galleria’s CinéBistro theater postpones opening again

The movie theater/restaurant CMX Cinébistro will open at Tysons Galleria “in the coming weeks” (courtesy CMX Cinemas)

CMX CinéBistro has now taken its Tysons Galleria premiere off the release calendar.

Initially set to launch in September, the dine-in movie theater later announced that its grand opening would be delayed to Oct. 14.

However, CMX Cinemas now says that timing won’t work either, and no new date has been established.

“They are facing supply chain issues that are delaying some of the finishing touches,” a public relations representative for the company said. “We are confident that the theatre will be ready to open in the coming weeks.”

Started in 2017 in Florida, CMX has 33 locations with 358 screens across the U.S., including traditional theaters and ones provide “grab-and-go” service, according to the company’s website.

The Tysons Galleria theater is 43,268 square feet in size with over 800 seats across eight screening rooms. It will double as a restaurant, providing full food and drink service to moviegoers with films that start after 8 p.m. limited to patrons 21 and older.

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