When planning an outing, pleasing everyone can be difficult because people have different preferences. While some want to go out to eat others might prefer to watch a movie or go shopping. Fortunately, Studio Park in Grand Rapids has everything for all preferences. This one-stop entertainment hub has something to make everybody happy. A lot of people visit Studio Park because of its central location, abundant options for food and entertainment, and heated walks. Read on to know how Studio Park will make every visit worth it:
Wide Varieties of Food and Drink
Studio Park is home to its restaurant, One Twenty Three. This cozy spot has fresh takes on American cuisine including its burger with bacon-onion marmalade and buffalo-style deviled eggs. Also, it features a full bar, vegan options and a menu for children to please everyone in a group.
Also, people can grab a cup full of healthy, delicious juices at Malamiah Juice Bar or enjoy a salad, a Coney dog or fries at Leo’s Coney Island.
Premium Movie Experience
Studio Park is home to a movie theater with nine screens indoors. These screens are completed with heated, reclining seats. Also, a tenth screen is set up outside. The Theater One features a 90-foot widescreen and accommodates 300 guests. Also, the theater offers food with in-theater delivery and a full bar that features beer, spirits, and wine. Parking in Studio Park’s covered parking lot is absolutely free for four hours for movie-goers.
Extraordinary Concert Experience
Studio Park also houses the 200-seat Listening Room that offers an intimate setting complete with in-seat drink service to ensure every guest has exceptional live music experience. Listening Room features a topnotch line sound system and semi-circle seating that allows a more engaging evening for both artists and concert-goers.
Spacious Outdoor Space
Studio Park’s Piazza is designed as a public spot for gathering. It offers outdoor movie nights that feature movies for families to enjoy during the summer. Visitors who want to stay physically active year-round will appreciate the heated walks. Studio Park also plans to host free showings for sports and other festivities.
The 155-room Canopy by Hilton hotel offers guests a local experience with a boutique hotel feel. It will be open at Studio Park this spring. Also, lofts for rent are available.
The mix of entertainment venues, public space, parking, restaurant, retail, hotel, and office aligns with the vision for the city’s entertainment district. Studio Park is just walking distance to downtown mainstays, like the Downtown Market and Peter Martin Wege Theatre. Thus, it must be on everybody’s to-do list.