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Depending on the theater your movie is playing, you will either be in a large theater with plush couches to lounge on or a small theater with regular movie theater chairs. This location has a small bar. It's a nice intimate theater. I will go...More
We stopped by after a busy day and decided to watch a film. I was pleasantly surprised by the lobby being so vintage and Art Deco. Upon entering the theater, the seating is all couches. The only issue is they are rather worn and your...More
Because the place is old they claim the structure was grandfathered in with no ada requirements. Thus, no elevator. But their website says nothing about inaccessibility. I was here 12 years ago and I guess to placate me they said they were going to put...More
I guess I first went to the Inwood as a kid in the 50s. The theater part has been divided into several smaller theaters it most of the lobby, the grand stair, the marquée outside are all original, and that's cool.
We decided to go...More
I haven't seen a theater like this since I was a kid. The vintage look and feel are complimented by the lounge style seating-- fluffy pillows, sofas and leg rests to relax on while watching the movie. This was a real treat. You can imagine...More
This place is amazingly retro
I love that it's the original architecture with updated accents
They make a mean martini and have a fantastic happy hour..$5 wine or select martis/$2 domestics and $3 imports!
This time I got wine to keep me out of trouble.....More
My husband and I really liked the older feel and look of this theater. We were expecting uncomfortable seats, due to it keeping its older feel, but they were beyond comfy and new! It only has 3 theaters, 2 on the upper level and 1...More