See a movie for two bucks. Drink for a dollar. Take in a fire and light show for free. You can get away with only having a few dollars in your pocket on date night. But take $5 a bill just to be on the safe side. Movies and shows Catch a movie for $2. On Tuesdays at Wehrenberg St. Clair 10 Cinema, 50 Ludwig Dr, Fairview Heights, marcustheatres.com, 618-398-8385. Watch a throwback movie for $2 Tuesdays at 7 p.m., Wildey Theatre, 252 North Main St., Edwardsville, wildeytheatre.com, 618-307-1750.
You’ll have to wait a little bit longer for the new Mexican restaurant to open in Caseyville. Tres Caminos, 601 N. Main St., is expected to open at 11 a.m. Oct. 2, owner Octavio Caratachea said. The young restaurateur hoped to open this week on Sept. 27. In a Facebook post, the restaurant said training was taking longer than expected. In addition, Caratachea said one of his cook’s is getting married. “We will open as soon as possible and will be sure to keep you posted,” the restaurant wrote Monday.
Before we get into the latest retail casualty of the year, let’s start with what’s opening in the metro-east. A new Mexican restaurant will open in Caseyville this week. Restauranteur Octavio Caratachea is expected to open his third restaurant, Tres Caminos, on Sept. 27 at 601 N. Main St. Caratachea has poured his heart into the business. Every detail, from landscaping to the menu, has his touch. Hand-stitched logos adorn booths and chairs made in Mexico.
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