Bryan Voltaggio's Family Meal restaurant hosts drive-in movie night

Bryan Voltaggio

Bryan Voltaggio and Hilda Staples wanted their third restaurant, Family Meal, to be an alternative to chain restaurants for Frederick families. So, the food is wholesome and adults can get liquor in their milkshakes.

On Nov. 2 (7:30-10 p.m.), Family Meal will give families an extra reason to show up, when the restaurant presents a Drive-In Movie Night on its parking lot. The attraction is 1959's "Attack of the Giant Leeches." There will be a cash bar outside and full-service will be available inside the restaurant.

You won't really be watching from your car, so bring a chair.

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