It’s an NYC classic, with a deliciously vintage 1980s feel. Sure, the screening rooms have sticky floors and not-so-comfy seats, but that’s all part of the experience. Also, you MUST try the popcorn. Read more.
Each theater has paired seats and tables where twosomes can nosh while taking in indie and retro flicks. Split the Nitehawk Queso, with melted cheese, black beans, spicy chorizo and cooling guac. Read more.
The Music Box plays a mix of independent and foreign films, as well as classic (black and white) movie matinees, and midnight screenings of cult classics. Read more.