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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 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,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.
North America’s longest running and most popular dinner attraction. Experience an evening of quality, family entertainment inspired by 11th century history in an European-style castle. Enjoy a 4 course meal and a display of equestrian skills and medieval pageantry.