Kemoll’s Chop House

After 30 years in Downtown St. Louis, Kemoll’s has moved to start anew in Westport Plaza with Kemoll’s Chop House! Featuring both chop house entrees and a few of those Italian favorites you have come to love at Kemoll’s, Kemoll’s Chop House also features an extended appetizer menu and seafood entrees that will please even the most finicky of palates. Owner Mark Cusamano brings an incredible fine dining experience to the heart of Westport. 323 Westport Plaza, Maryland Heights, 314.421.0555, Kemolls.com

AMC’s Creve Coeur 12 Theater

Just 4 miles from Westport Plaza, you can enjoy all-new film releases at the AMC Creve Coeur 12 Theater. The AMC Creve Coeur 12 has state-of-the-art Dolby Cinema and super comfy seating throughout all 12 theaters. And if you decide to make Tuesday night your date night and become an AMC Stubs member, you can take advantage of their Tuesday Night Special featuring your ticket, plus a popcorn and Coca-Cola product for just $10!

Captain Marvel

Traveling back into the Marvel Universe, circa 1995, we meet Air Force Fighter Pilot Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) a.k.a. Captain Marvel, who believes in truth, justice and the American way, and who, through a freak accident, is now blessed with superhuman powers, making her one of the strongest superheroes ever! When Earth becomes entrenched in the center of a galactic war between two alien races, it’s up to Captain Marvel and her Starforce elite team to save us all from peril.

Also starring Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, Ben Mendelsohn, Djimon Hounsou, Jude Law, Gemma Chan, Lee Pace and McKenna Grace, Captain Marvel is a definite must-see on the big screen.

 If you’d rather stay in instead of heading to the theater to finish out your date night, then you have to catch Green Book, available on DVD March 5.  

Green Book

This true story, starring Mahershala Ali as African-American classical pianist Dr. Don Shirley and Viggo Mortensen as an Italian bouncer turned private driver Tony Lip. As these unlikely traveling companions head to the deep South during Dr. Shirley’s concert tour in the 1960s, their own differences and the racial tensions of the times ultimately transform their relationship into a deep friendship that, despite all the odds, ends up lasting a lifetime.