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Arundel Mills opened in November 2000. It is the first enclosed mall to feature a Medieval Times dinner theater. In addition to 17 large anchor stores, Arundel Mills also features a Dave & Buster’s and an Egyptian-themed 24-screen megaplex theater. The movie theater is the highest-attended in the United States[verification needed] and was the only outlet of its Muvico chain in the state of Maryland before being sold to Cinemark in March 2009.
The mall’s interior layout features a “racetrack” design or, more noticeably, the outline of a boat. Mall sponsors areToyota, The Baltimore Sun, Comcast, Discover Card, and Coca-Cola. Arundel Mills has over 225 stores.
In addition to gambling, Maryland Live! will feature several dining options: the chef, restaurateur, television personality, and cookbook author Bobby Flay will open a Bobby’s Burger Palace restaurant; The Cheesecake Factory will open a 10,000-sq.-ft. restaurant;; and the Prime Rib will open a steakhouse. The project was to feature the world-famous Baltimore-based Obrycki’s Crab House and Seafood Restaurant; however, the restaurant announced in November 2011 that it will not be opening a location there. Instead, Phillips Seafood will open a location at the site. Maryland Live! will also feature a new live music venue operated by Annapolis-based Rams Head. Rams Head Live! will feature fixed seating for approximately 300 in an intimate cabaret-style design with several stepped viewing levels of the stage.