With the beginning of the most long-awaited holiday season EVER right around the corner, Dinner & A Movie = Date Night, is suggesting an incredible seafood bistro that you’ll find yourself wanting to visit again and again, along with a much anticipated film hitting in theaters finally, originally scheduled to hit the big screen in April. There's a fabulous new holiday film, too, hitting on Netflix this month
Let’s start off our “Sweater Weather” Date night in November, enjoying one fabulous seafood dish, after another at:
44 N. Brentwood Dr., Clayton
Founded in 2007 by owner Amer Abouwardah, Oceano Bistro features the most exquisite seafood dishes imaginable, and pairs them with the most fabulous wine selections found throughout the Midwest, making the “perfect pairing” of flavors, each and every time. The Oceano Bistro staff enjoys hosting patrons for lunch and dinner, so if you prefer to embark upon a “day date” instead, you can totally do that, too. And whether you prefer to try one of their fish specialties, including salmon, tuna, sea bass or trout, or you prefer to indulge in one of their shrimp dishes, or want to indulge and enjoy a lobster tail, a pound or two of crab legs, or the most mouth-watering lump crab cake you can find anywhere in St. Louis, Oceano Bistro is the perfect place to start a “perfect date” day or night.
And now, with the lunch or dinner part of your date complete, what film should you be venturing to a theater near you to see?
Dinner & A Movie = Date Night suggests either taking in the long-awaited 007 flick, or perhaps if the weather's too blustery to be out and about some more, contemplate taking in a fabulous holiday season selection streaming at home this month instead.
JINGLE JANGLE: A CHRISTMAS JOURNEY – Rated PG – Hitting on Netflix Nov. 13, 2020
This musical adventure, written and directed by David Talbert, is destined to become a holiday classic, as we follow legendary toymaker Jeronicus Jangle (played by Academy Award winner Forest Whitaker), on his journey to reawaken the magic of the season, through his magical toys. But when his apprentice (played by Keegan-Michael Key) steals his most fabulous creation, it’s up to his granddaughter Journey (played by Madalen Mills) to save the day.
Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey also features the acting talents of Sharon Rose, Phylicia Rashad, Anika Noni Rose, Kieron Dyer, Justin Cornwell, Lisa Davina Phillip, Hugh Bonneville, and original music by Grammy, Emmy, Golden Globe and Academy Award Winner, John Legend.
THE BIG SICK – Rated R – 2 hrs. – Hitting Amazon Prime Nov. 24, 2020
This Amazon original comedy is based on the real-life romance between comedian Kumail Nanjiani and his wife and writer, Emily Gordon.
When the Pakistani born Nanjiani (who plays himself in this film) falls in love with grad student Emily Gardner (Zoe Kazan), they find out rather quickly their two cultures are about to clash. But when Emily contracts a mysterious illness, Kumail must face her rather abrasive parents, Beth (Holly Hunter) and Terry (Ray Romano) as Emily struggles to survive, and he's forced to come to terms with his feelings for her, too, despite his family's dismissal of their relationship.
The Big Sick also stars Bo Burnham, David Alan Grier, Anapam Kher and Zenobia Shroff.
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