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Days have been counted down until the premiere, you watched the film, but if you're a real Twi-hard, you'll want to watch the anticipated nuptials of Bella and Edward the way it should be properly enjoyed, with a feast.

Skip the overpriced popcorn, stale nachos, and soda in favor of an affordable gastronomical meal. Alamo Drafthouse has created a multi-course menu tailored for the special occasion pairing it with adult beverages, or for beer lovers, an optional beer pairing.

Inspired by the series, the menu consists of dishes centered around the characters and the setting of the movie, like the mushroom ragout. Hey, it's possible when Bella and the Cullens weren't fighting off evil vampires, they were foraging the forests of Washington for chanterelle and shiitake mushrooms for a meat-free dinner option, right?

Whether you're Team Edward or Team Jacob, all you Twilight fans can agree that there's no better way to celebrate part one of the final installment than with your favorite characters on the big screen and a four-course dinner. It'll almost be as if you're apart of the upcoming wedding day festivities.





Tuesday, November 22
7 p.m.


Cost: $45 (plus tax and gratuity, purchase tickets online)


Alamo Drafthouse Cinema at Mason Park
531 South Mason Road
Katy, TX 77450
(281) 492-6900



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Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part I Feast Menu:



First Course:

Bella’s Port Angeles Wild Mushroom Ragout
sautéed chanterelle, hedgehog and shiitake mushrooms spiced with sherry, garlic and tarragon


Second Course:

Bridesmaid’s Luncheon Poached Asian Pear and Parsnip Salad
Asian pear spheres, parsnip, radish and frisee dressed with toasted pecan vinaigrette


Third Course:

Charlie’s Pan Seared Halibut atop Red Beet and Potato Puree
Golden seared halibut with roasted beet and potato puree with sweet potato straws


Fourth Course:

Bella's Wedding Day Pop Tart
Fuji and Honey crisp apple and pear ‘pop tart’ with wedding cake and wedding cake ice cream



Photo credit: Alamo Drafthouse Cinema



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