Portland December 23, 2016
These 7 Theaters In Portland Will Give You An Unforgettable Viewing Experience
Next time you want to catch a movie on the big screen, skip dinner and head to the theater for a meal and movie. These local theaters offer inexpensive tickets, and best of all, you have your selection of food and drinks, making the experience all the more memorable.
1. Living Room Theaters
Playing new and indie films on six screens, this theater features plush seats like your own living room. A full menu of tapas, salads, pizzas and paninis, along with wine, beer and cocktails awaits. Living Room Theaters is located at 341 SW Tenth Avenue.
2. Kennedy School
Recent releases and cult classics are shown at this theater where McMenamins ales and pub fare is served. The Kennedy School is located at 5736 NE 33rd Avenue.
3. Academy Theater
Academy Theater is a second-run theater with an amazing selection of food ranging from pizza, salad, and sushi. Enjoy beers, wine, and even kombucha on tap at this local favorite in the Montavilla neighborhood at 7818 SE Stark Street.
4. Hollywood Theatre
Featuring second-run and indie films, the Hollywood Theater has been a landmark in the Hollywood neighborhood since 1926. The theater is located at 4100 NE Sandy Boulevard.
5. Laurelhurst Theater
Another Portland landmark, the Laurelhurst Theater has been in operation since 1923 and serves up pizza and beers and shows second-run movies. Laurelhurst Theater is located at 2735 E Burnside Street.
6. Cinema 21
Screening art house, foreign and classic films, this 1920s theater serves beer and wine. Cinema 21 is located at 616 NW 21st Avenue.
7. Bagdad Theater
The single-screen Bagdad Theater shows new releases. Its huge screen, beautiful architecture, and ample seating make seeing a movie here an experience all its own. The Bagdad is located at 3202 SE Hawthorne Boulevard.
What’s your favorite theater in Portland? Share below and happy viewing. 🙂