Cinema Thyme

presented by Ciao Thyme and Pickford Film Center


Join us at Pickford Film Center for Cinema Thyme—a unique merging of fine culinary prix fixe menu from Ciao Thyme, designed especially for each film of the series.

From an Italian ‘Big Night’ to Americana wholesomeness in ‘Waitress’—each meal includes appetizers and drinks during the feature, followed by family style fine dining in our lobby.

Only 65 tickets are available for each event. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Pickford Film Center programs. Tickets: $85 Members/$100 Non-Members.

Past Dinners

Big Night
Babette's Feast

Upcoming Dinners

Waitress - June 6, 2013

Trapped in a miserable marriage and blessed with the ability to transform her misery into delicious desserts, a small-town waitress finds her life forever changed by an unplanned pregnancy. Every day, Jenna (Keri Russell) ties on her apron and serves her customers with a smile, and every night she goes to bed knowing that she is one step closer to the day that she can kiss her scarily domineering husband (Jeremy Sisto) goodbye forever. A smart and sassy baker whose extraordinary pies are inspired by her daily trials and tribulations, Jenna fears that her dreams are all but dead when handsome Dr. Pomatter (Nathan Fillion) reveals that she is soon to become a mother. As Jenna begins penning a series of letters to her unborn baby, her life starts to change for the better in ways she never could have imagined. The final film from actress/filmmaker Adrienne Shelly, Waitress debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah just months after the director was discovered dead in her New York City apartment -- the victim of a homicide. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi (via Rotten Tomatoes)
Waitress - Movie Trailer




Ciao Thyme

Ciao Thyme is a family affair, preparing beautiful dinners for private events, nuptials, and impromptu gatherings of new friends and fans of well-prepared seasonal fare.

Pickford Film Center

The Pickford Film Center provides a forum and resource for
independent cinema, strengthening community through
education, dialogue, and the celebration of film.