So my wife and I were both off yesterday and decided to go see Leatherheads. We would have gone to the new Cinemark in Cedar Park but the first showing there was 2 PM and we wanted to go earlier. Alamo Drafthouse in Lakecreek Plaza had a 12 noon showing so we decided to go there. I had already had one bad experience there when I went to see No Country For Old Men. These two fat girls behind me received a big order of nachos right as the movie started and then proceeded to crunch them, loudly, for the first hour of the movie. Drove me crazy. I mean there were scenes in that movie where it was absolutely silent out in the desert and I am listening to crunching nachos in my ear. Well yesterday sealed the deal for me. Now I am one of those people that do not understand the need to eat something during a two hour movie. I mean most people go more than two hours during the day without having to eat so why do you need to eat while there ? I sometimes buy a drink and my wife and I will share it but I don't always do that either. I swear I see people with a tray full of crap, nachos, popcorn, hot dogs and drinks and I wonder why you want to spend $20 on movie food. Why not just go somewhere and eat afterwards ? Anyway this rant has nothing to do with food or obnoxious people that cannot eat without making a lot of noise. We sat down and I filled out the sheet.... 1 - Miller Lite 1 - Cabernet The drinks came and everything was fine. There were only about 12 people in the whole place anyway. About halfway through we decided to have one more drink each so we ordered them and finished those off just at the end of the movie. There was nothing wrong with the service. The beer was good and cold and I tasted the cabernet and it was pretty good too. And then the check came. $28 ******* dollars for 2 glasses of wine and 2 domestic long necks !!!! I could not believe it. That is more than the Four Seasons. Unbelievable. That wine was $9 a glass and the glasses are not even close to the size of those you receive in most restaurants. So I spent $12.50 to see the movie and $28 more for drinks making it $40. Never again.