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OMG! Dinner & a Movie: LANDLINE @ O CINEMA Wynwood!
You’ve waited long enough… OMG! DINNER & A MOVIE makes a triumphant return to O Cinema with another mouthwatering menu by the culinary masterminds at Michael Schwartz Events!
After a long break, we’re delighted to bring back the launch of one of our most beloved signature events, OMG! Dinner & A movie returns to O Cinema Wynwood this summer in partnership with our great friends at Michael Schwartz events, the creative team behind Miami’s culinary hotspots like Michael’s Genuine and Harry’s Pizzeria, under the direction of James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Schwartz. Join for a special evening celebrating terrific food and film. As always, you can expect a high-end experience in a relaxed atmosphere with all taking place on-site at O Cinema Wynwood. Dinner is served starting at 6pm in old school cafeteria trays where you’ll be able to eat in your seats and the film will get underway at 7pm. Your ticket includes your meal and the film with soda and water and beer/wine available for purchase.
The Manhattan of 1995: a land without cell phones, but abundant in CD listening stations, bar smoke, and family dysfunction. Enter the Jacobs. Eldest daughter Dana’s looming marriage to straight-laced Ben prompts a willful dive into her wild side, while her younger sister, Ali, is still in high school but leads a covert life of sex, drugs, and clubbing. After discovering love letters penned by their father, the sisters try to expose his apparent affair while keeping it from their all-too-composed mother.
Gillian Robespierre’s follow-up to Obvious Child reprises her talent for subversive comedy and explores how family bonds grow sturdier through lying, cheating, and strife. Compelled by the emotional snarl of people’s poor choices, Landline relishes in the dark humor of life’s low points while basking in ’90s nostalgia. a hit at Sundance and starring Jenny Slate, John Turturro, and Edie Falco, Landline is An honest, observant portrait of sibling rivalry stumbling awkwardly toward friendship, and of children realizing that parents are people too, there’s no attempt at concealing the indulgences and insecurities of its characters—all of which make them endearing and human.
MOBILE WOOD OVEN
• POLENTA FRIES (spicy ketchup)
• MEATBALLS IN SAUCE (piave vecchio)
• ORANGE & RADISH (greens, shaved fennel, green olives, parmigiano)
• WOOD OVEN ROASTED CHICKEN WINGS agrodolce, rosemary crema
• MARGHERITA PIZZA mozzarella, tomato sauce, basil
• MUSHROOM PIZZA porcini, cremini, fontina, taleggio, thyme
• SLOW ROASTED PORK PIZZA fig, grilled onion, fontina, arugula
• CHOCOLATE CHUNK COOKIE
• PARMIGIANO POPCORN