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Heart this place! Wonderful way to go catch a movie!
Beer w/ movie popcorn:-D :-D
The Sakura Room, located on the Lobby Level, is the hotel’s junior ballroom. This space is notable for its shoji-coffered ceiling and view of the Summer Garden through a floor-to-ceiling window.
If you are an out-of-towner and want to go on a holiday, you had better get your tickets in advance online. Best theater I've ever been to. Make sure you get the right screen, not all have drinks.
A rather luxurious theater in SF
Beer & movies
The best theater with the most comfortable seats. Feels like an elevated movie-going experience. Perfect theater for a date night.
The only theater you should see a movie at in San Francisco. Pick your own seat and get a drink dilivered to you!
There is a stamp machine for parking validation near the entrance.
They don't really shut the lights off completely during a movie. Not sure it's a good thing. Hot dogs are disastrous.
Pretty nice theater, love the assigned seating and booze :)
Relaxing movies with the booze!
Go to a movie in the balcony. Great seating and drinks.
The 21+ cinema is a super fun way to unwind and sip some cocktails while you watch your movie.
Movie-themed cocktails and meals you can eat while watching a variety of current films in comfy seats.
great place to visit if you plan to sit for a few hours.
Sneak booze into the theater if you're on the right floor, the bar is too expensive and the wine too subpar.
Love that seats are reserved in advance. Real butter on the popcorn is also key. Lastly, a bar in the balcony for drinks during the movie? Might be the best theater in San Francisco.
Bonus points because they brew coffee beans by Peet's Coffee. Definitely a good to know when in need of coffee to substitute soda.
My fav theater in SF. Sadly it's not near a train line. There's parking nearby at the hotel. Popcorn is decent, alcohol is served at many showings. The balconies are the place to sit. Assigned seats.
Concession stand and comfortable seats
Best place to see movies in the city. Grab a beer and a balcony seat.
Now serving Humphrey Slocombe ice cream!
Great customer service. The theater has comfortable seats. There's a balcony section that allows alcohol.
Balcony is 21+ so you can enjoy a beer or wine with your movie.
Ask for your popcorn layered- they'll put butter in the middle and then more on the top.
Get beer and go to your movie. You're welcome.
Assign seats, adult beverages, what more can you ask for!
Lots of beverage options, including a number of fruit smoothies
Very good beer selection. There is a beer that pairs with every entree on the menu.
They have a great whiskey selection. Everything from Canadian whiskey to bourbon.
Came for a 2pm showing. The kitchen doesn't open until 3pm. Fail!
Best movie theater in San Francisco when you consider the seat quality / layout, bar options and medium sized crowds.
Love drinking good wine and watching a movie at this cinema
Order ahead online and get reserved seats!
Drink a cocktail on the balcony.
Must buy tickets and select your seats in advance. You can bring alcohol (beer was $13) and food in. They also offer Humphry's Slocombe ice cream there for $6 for a half pint.
Assigned seating so make sure you buy tickets together with your friends.
Is there anything better than drinking in a movie theater? The answer is no. The 21+ section also prevents people from smuggling their babies into rated R indie films.
Best movie theater in San Francisco, without question. They also now serve tater tots every day!
The bathrooms need a remodel.
You won't be disappointed!
My favorite place to see a movie. Buy tickets online in advance because seating is reserved. Some theaters are 21+, which means you can enjoy the film with a beer/cocktail in hand.
Don't sit in the front row of the balcony. There's a bar, but not the drinking kind.
The pizza and chicken tenders are excellent! The best bottle of wine is the director's cut.
Bar + good movie = shamazing
Double check you got 21&up seats if you wanna drink.
Great final film from a brilliant director. Fantastic allegory of the modern world's appetite for war.