Our Favorite New York City Movie Theatres
Kat Hollander | Nov 18, 2014
Title: Editor
Topic category: What's Happening Now!

New York City has the most unique screening theatre's to catch a movie. Let me take you through several of my favorite venues:

The Ziegfeld Theatre opened on February 2, 1927 with the musical Showboat. The theater became the Loews Ziegfeld in 1933 and operated as a movie theatre until sold in 1944. Fast forward to 2014 the Ziegfeld is now operated by Bow Tie Cinemas and remains New York's leading commercial film venue. This theatre is located at 1341 Sixth Avenue, corner of 54th St.

The Paris Theatre is a French-style movie house located adjacent to the famed Plaza Hotel at 4 West 58th St. It features French language films in addition to other films. The theater seats 581.

Museum of Moving Image is a fantastic place to enjoy a movie. This theatre features independent,historic and foreign films. Catch directors and actors discuss their work at weekly events. It is located in Astoria Queens at 36-01 35 Ave.

AMC Loews West 84th Street

This is the ultimate luxurious experience as it does have padded reclining seats with two cup holders. Simply perfect for that date night! This theatre is located at 2310 Broadway.

Tags: Ziegfeld Theatre, Bow Tie Cinemas, The Paris Theatre, Plaza Hotel,Museum of Moving Image, AMC Loews West 84th St,
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