Dinner and a Movie

We’ve perfected the classic date night – with Dinner and a Movie at Meadow Brook!

Dinner and a Movie at Meadow Brook 2021 – SOLD OUT!

The Great Estate is the perfect setting for a sensational movie experience whether you’re a film buff or simply looking for a unique night out.

Guests will thrill to a classic Alfred Hitchcock film projected on a big screen in our historic two-story Gothic-inspired Ballroom while enjoying a casual three-course dinner and cash bar.

The 2021 Dinner and a Movie films shown will be Vertigo and Suspicion.

Feel part of the Meadow Brook family – as the ballroom was the original location for the Wilson family’s home movie theatre and features a drop-down screen and original built-in projection booth.


$45 per person | $40.50 Meadow Brook Members 

Dinner and a Movie events are from 7-9:30 p.m.

  • Thursday, Oct. 7: Vertigo – SOLD OUT!
  • Thursday, Oct. 14: Suspicion – SOLD OUT!

Reservations are required. 


  • Casual three-course dinner
  • Cash bar
  • Film screening in the ballroom

Vertigo Dinner and a Movie

Vertigo | Thursday, Oct. 7 

James Stewart and Kim Novak team up in the haunting “Vertigo.” As a retired police officer with an extreme fear of heights and vertigo, Stewart is charged with following Novak’s character who is behaving strangely. Soon he begins to wonder if she is possessed by the tragic spirit of her ancestor. Set in San Francisco, the American film noir psychological thriller film is considered one of the defining works of Alfred Hitchcock’s career.


Suspicion Dinner and a Movie

Suspicion | Thursday, Oct. 14

When a shy heiress falls for a charming playboy, the stage is set for a romantic comedy. But things take a dark turn when Lina (Joan Fontaine) discovers that her husband (Cary Grant) is a liar and a gambler. Soon she begins to suspect that he is a murderer as well, and fears he is planning to kill her next.