This theatre is a Sacramento landmark. Its exterior is reminiscent of a typical 1950s movie theatre, and its interior is a ... More
This theatre is a Sacramento landmark. Its exterior is reminiscent of a typical 1950s movie theatre, and its interior is a showcase of movie memorabilia. Occasionally, the theatre will show a just-released film on one of its three screens; however, it is known more for showing artistic and foreign films. Ticket prices depend upon the film and time of showing. After a movie, you can walk next-door to the Tower Cafe for lunch or a late night snack.
This theatre features 14 screens with digital sound. The stadium style seating provides for a great view of the screen,
and the rocker chairs are comfortable. If you want more than typical concession snacks, this is the theatre for ...
Taste the "Big Easy," New Orleans, right in Old Sacramento. Hot & Spicy is the only place in town to
get genuine Louisiana style Cajun cooking. Authentic meals include choices like alligator, crawfish, and yes, even turtle soup. The ...
Fast, friendly service and a varied and tasty menu make Cafe Bernardo an increasingly popular spot. For a quick meal,
the Salmon BLT (bacon, lettuce and tomato) sandwich with a crisp, cold salad on the side is hard to ...
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