Note, a type 1 with low glucose would likely die before making it through a concession line. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. This doctor clearly has no clue that folks with type I diabetes which he callously calls an “affliction” are educated to ALWAYS carry food with them He recently refused entrance to a Type 1 teen for this reason. I was happy to pay the food permit fee before. Your life, your body, your choice, but my family and I shouldn’t have to breath in your smoke all night. Reviewed August 16, Heartless and Ill informed owner Review tags are currently only available for English language reviews.
Discrimination is fine in his eyes if it means he doesn’t risk losing a penny on concession sales. He stated they should stay away because he doesn’t want to risk loss to concession sales. The refreshment stand seems packed at all times, so be prepared for a wait. Overall, it’s still a fun family night. Talk about bad bedside manner. Things must be bad in the dr business. Show reviews that mention.
Log in Join Recently viewed Bookings Inbox. Reviewed June 26, He recently refused entrance to a Type 1 teen for this reason. Screen number one has had big rust stains on it for years, smack in the middle of the screen.
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Note, a type 1 with low glucose would movei die before making it through a concession line. Reviewed August 16, Heartless and Ill informed owner Show reviews that mention. To buy snacks and drinks for everyone would be very expensive, too expensive for some.
They all but strip search you and your car just so you don’t bring anything in. Your life, your body, your choice, but my family and I shouldn’t have to breath in your smoke all night. Things must be bad in the dr business. Mostly teens who are very courteous and sweet.
Now you are forced to buy everything from the snack bar. Reviewed August 18, Owner should be ashamed of himself! About Us Help Center. Reviewed August 5, Then they walk around always looking.
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I noticed that we weren’t the only ones.
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All reviews concession stand snack bar double feature delsea drive bring your own drive ins food drinks lawn chairs on premises movie choices old school new jersey step back in time perogies movies start radio popcorn. They switched to digital display inso the picture quality is pretty good. The parking lot has deep holes that need to be filled in, and all of the old poles that once held speakers way back when are in bad shape They check your car for outside snacks without touching anything at the ticket booth.
The snack selection is huge. Aside from starting late the movie was nice and something I remember from The ticket booth, the lot attendants, the snack bar kids Overall, it’s still a fun family night. Taxes, fees not included for deals content.
Discrimination is fine in his eyes if it means he doesn’t risk losing a penny on concession sales. Is this your business? I will never return Fortunately we knew this before going, so it was not an issue for us, but I can imagine how It makes parking haphazard and confusing.
Reviewed July 27, Re-living your childhood memories. This doctor clearly has timmes clue that folks with type I diabetes which he callously calls an “affliction” are educated to ALWAYS carry food with them Ironic that the owner is a pediatrician who either doesn’t understand diabetes or doesn’t care about human life.
Went to have a good mpvie. I’m grateful for the Delsea Driv-in theater. The picture wasdark and out of focus and the sound through my radio was horrible, The owner, Dr. Wouldn’t have him for my child’s doctor and would certainly not go to his drive in.
I’d love to give the Delsea a glowing review and not point out its flaws, because I’m glad they’re in business and within driving distance of my home. The kids can go in their PJ’s, bring pillows and blankets, play board games if you go early, even toss a football in the open areas.
Ask rn about Delsea Drive-In Theatre. It’s kind of ridiculous. The owners say that the snack sales are what keeps the employees employed, and the business afloat, but maybe they can come up with a better solution.
I’m not judging smokers. No more food permits. If we ever go again I hope I’m not forced to be one of “those people” who complain to management about kovie. This is a new rule put in place this season. My teenage kids get to experience the fun of the drive-in, and it is fun All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips.
Plus, I’ve read that the owner is a pediatrician and recently denied entrance to a diabetic teenager because he was bringing in candy along with his insulin, expecting the poor kid to buy his overpriced candy instead?