The Longest Ride
Word-class flicks and a slap-up meal
Fancy a different cinema experience? Then why not get down to Roxy's Bar And Screen and catch great new films, served up with a side of modern European food. With an emphasis on healthy ingredients from the nearby food market – think homemade burgers and perfectly cooked steaks – it's a step up from your everyday Multiplex outing. With stetsons, sororities and steamy scenes galore, this is the sort of romantic-fare date nights were made for. It's schmaltzy, sure. But it sure is feel good. Sample menu: Main: - Rack of BBQ ribs with chips + coleslaw - Roxy pulled pork bap with BBQ sauce, chips + coleslaw - Steak + ale pie with seasoned vegetables + salted potatoes - Grilled rump steak with chips, grilled tomato, watercress salad + peppercorn sauce - Pork belly with mash potatoes, braised savoy cabbage + apple compote - Fish and chips with chips, tartar sauce and mushy peas - Risotto of the day with mushrooms and parmesan cheese - Classic sausage + mash with onion gravy - Handmade nachos with salsa, crème fraiche guacamole + melted cheese Burgers: - Roxy sliders: a selection of 3 mini burgers (beef, lamb + pulled pork) - Roxy rump steak burger with caramelised onion, chips + in-house made coleslaw - Roxy beef burger with onion relish and garnish chips + in-house made coleslaw - Roxy lamb burger with caramelised onion, chips + a mint raita - Roxy grilled chicken breast burger with garlic mayonnaise, chips + in-house made coleslaw Runtime: 2 hours 8 minutes. Certificate: 12A.
"Luke loves bull riding. Sophia loves modern art. These two have nothing in common—so naturally, this being a Nicolas Sparks movie, they fall in love."