Good Food, Good Film: Gold Class Cinema’s Julie & Julia Experience

Still haven’t made it out to theaters to catch this year’s blogging success-turned-book-now-a-movie, Julie & Julia?  We just got word from Gold Class Cinemas in Redmond, and it sounds like good things are in store for those who waited.  In a limited-run event, GCC will be recreating some of Julia Child’s most famous recipes to serve you in one of their ultra-comfy recliners, all while watching the film.  If that wasn’t enough of an experience for Child fans everywhere, moviegoers will also be able to enjoy live cooking demonstrations on select evening throughout the month of August:

For this special event, some of Child’s distinctive dishes are brought to life and featured on the Gold Class Cinemas menu, including Red Wine Marinated Beef Satay, Classic Quiche Lorraine and Lange De Chat. Prices range from $8 to $14 per dish. Patrons can also order any of the other delectable choices from the regular menu as well.

Gold Class Cinemas has also gone one step further in creating the ultimate cinematic experience by offering live cooking demonstrations by Gold Class Cinemas’ executive Chefs on August 13th, 19th, 20th, 23rd and 26th. A Gold Class Cinemas Chef will prepare Child’s signature dishes and serve them straight to your seat, providing for a hassle-free, delicious event.

For each item purchased, Gold Class Cinemas will donate to Food Lifeline, a local organization which is working to end hunger in local communities. Food Lifeline distributes nearly 22 million pounds of food to 600,000 hungry individuals each year.

Event Details:
Julie & Julia Dinner & Movie Cooking Demo:
Cooking Demo begins promptly at 6PM (Film begins at 6:45PM)
For movie times, ticket and theater information, go to

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  1. GOOD FOOD, GOOD FILM: GOLD CLASS CINEMA’S JULIE & JULIA EXPERIENCE « Seattle Office of Film + Music (pingback) on August 17th, 2009 @ 3:05 pm

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