Community Update: A Hidden Gem Coming to Lewisville

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Named one of Fort Worth’s “hidden gems” by the Dallas Morning News, Coyote Drive-In provides an awesome outdoor movie-viewing experience.

But Denton County residents will no longer have to make the trek out to Fort Worth to enjoy the Coyote Drive-In experience because Coyote Theater LLC was recently approved by the Lewisville City Council to build a drive-in theater on the corner of Holford’s Prairie Road and Midway just a couple of blocks from the Sam Rayburn Tollway.

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And the Lewisville location is planned to be even bigger and better than the Fort Worth location with five screens offering double features (versus Fort Worth’s three screens), an open-air pavilion, a kids’ play area and a 10,000-square-foot restaurant! And the owners are also working on plans to include a beer garden within the massive restaurant space!

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The reason for the bigger vision? Coyote Theater execs believe they can expect 250,000+ cars to visit the drive-in annually with the five screens accommodating up to 1,367 cars.

They’re hoping to have the Lewisville location open just in time for prime drive-in weather, so look for news of the grand opening around May. Pricing will stay the same as the Fort Worth location’s current prices: $8 for adults, $6 for children age 4-10 and kids 3 and under for free. But remember that you’re really paying $8 for TWO movies so that’s only $4 a movie! Plus the cool experience of being at a drive-in.

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I think our whole team may be spending a lot of time at the Coyote Drive-In this summer – nothing beats the nostalgia of watching a movie on a big screen from the hood of a car.

Let us know if you’re looking forward to this grand opening as well and maybe we can meet up for movie night!

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