You gotta try Sperry’s Moviehouse

Tammy Bowser, Steve and Terry Brummel at Sperry's Moviehouse
From left: Tammy Bowser, Steve Brummel and Terry Brummel

Sperry’s Moviehouse
84 W. Eighth St., Holland

I invited some friends to join my wife and I to see Overcomer at Sperry’s Moviehouse. It was the first time any of us had been to this theater. Upon entering, we were delighted to find a very clean and modern theater and we looked forward to a great experience. Before seeing the movie, the four of us had a meal at the Dinnerhouse on the second floor.

We began our meal with the build-your-own-poutine appetizer. The delicious combination of fries, cheese curds and gravy disappeared in a hurry. There also was a nice selection of wine, beer and cocktails.

Jim, Tammy, Terry and Steve in the Dinnerhouse.
Jim, Tammy, Terry and Steve in the Dinnerhouse.

Finally, it was movie time. These theaters were built for comfort — the wide, comfortable recliners had multiple massage options. Each seat also has a swivel table — you can order your burger and beer, and have it delivered right to your seat in the theater.

Our trip to Sperry’s Moviehouse was the perfect date night. “Dinner and a show” takes on a new meaning at Sperry’s. With 11 screens, there is always something good playing. I plan to return soon. I hope you take an opportunity to experience it for yourself.

—Jim Bowser, webmaster at Urban St.

Sperry's lobby
Photos: Urban St./Jim Bowser