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While its concession stands are expected to serve up what you’d traditionally expect at a movie theater, like popcorn, nachos and hotdogs, Fusion Superplex will also feature two restaurants – Altitude and Edge –whose menus will be much more diverse.

Think stuffed angus beef burger and pan seared Nassau grouper.

For dessert, you may want to try donuts – and I’m not talking about the ones you can buy at the donut shop. Altitude will offer warm beignets, cappuccino mousse and chocolate drizzle.

Hungry yet?

If you’re not digging the beef burger, you may want to try the ‘Men in Black Burger’, – a fitting option on the menu of a restaurant that shares a complex with nine movie screens.

“It’ll be a freshly baked hamburger bun, and a seafood medley is the patty,” Chief Marketing Officer Selina Archer said describing the ‘Men in Black Burger’.

“It looks really interesting as well. When you look at it, you’re like, ‘What?’ And when you taste it you’re like, ‘Oh my gosh! What just happened in my mouth?’”

While the menus for both restaurants are still being finalized, Archer assured that the food will be delicious.

“We have Chefs Emmanuel Gibson and Devin Johnson,” Archer added.

“They have some amazing things planned. We have tasted some of their dishes and literally fought as a group to get the last piece.

“We are still finalizing the menu, but what we have tasted so far, given our critiques on and tested, everything is amazing.”

Edge will be a chic, outdoor bar with a metropolitan menu, while Altitude will be a high casual dining experience overlooking Lake Cunningham. The menu is described as “unique and cosmopolitan with a local twist”.

Each restaurant will seat appropriately 100 people.

“Foodies will love both restaurants, Altitude and Edge, with options for Sub Zero Nitrogen Ice-Cream with Fusion Superplex proudly serving Starbucks products,” Archer said.

The Sub Zero Nitrogen Ice-Cream will be made right in front of customers using liquid nitrogen.

Customers can choose dairy, yogurt, custard, lactose and sugar free bases for their ice-cream.

There are traditional flavors like vanilla, chocolate and strawberry and specialty concoctions including tropical turbine made from coconut, blackberries, mixed berries and coconut flakes. Additionally, flavors including birthday cake capacitor with cake batter, cookie dough, fudge and sprinkles will also be offered. Gomez said customers can also mix flavors.

Fusion Superplex anticipates a soft opening by late November, but is aiming for an October pre-launch.

So, foodies mark your calendars.

Krystel Brown

Online Editor at Nassau Guardian
Krystel covers breaking news for The Nassau Guardian. Krystel also manages The Guardian’s social media pages. She joined The Nassau Guardian in 2007 as a staff reporter, covering national news. She was promoted to online editor in May 2017.
Education: Benedict College, BA in Mass Communications

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