Food & Drink

7 DC theaters you can actually booze in

Published On 08/21/2013 Published On 08/21/2013
7 Movie theatres to booze in
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1. West End Cinema 2301 M St NW, Washington, DC 20037 (West End)

This joint plays a range of independent, foreign, and documentary films and features a full bar for your mouth's entertainment.

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2. The Angelika Film Center & Cafe Gallows Rd, Fairfax, VA 22031 (Fairfax)

With three stories of angular glass, it looks like the set from a dream in a movie even artier than Inception.

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3. Avalon Theatre 5505 Connecticut Ave NW, #226, Washington, DC 20015 (Chevy Chase)

This independent, nonprofit theater also serves up craft brews like Flying Dog, Dogfish Head, and Starr Hill.

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4. E Street Cinema 555 11th St NW, Washington, DC 20004 (Downtown)

This is the only downtown theater playing independent, foreign language, and documentary films on eight luxury screens -- complete with a full bar.

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5. Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse 2903 Columbia Pike, Arlington, VA 22204 (Arlington)

This Arlington institution's been showing films, featuring live entertainment, and serving up bites at their full restaurant since 1985.

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6. Bethesda Row Cinema 7235 Woodmont Ave, Bethesda, MD 20814 (Bethesda)

This high-end theater boasts fancy screenage and a cocktail menu.

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7. Club Cinema at AMC 5300 Wisconsin Ave, Washington, DC 20015 (Friendship Heights)

This Friendship Heights cinema offers more than just popcorn: between the high-end screens and the full bar, you've got a whole night out in one place.