The godfather of these trendy new dine-in theaters, Alamo is considered a movie geek's paradise for several reasons: the strict no cell phones policy, the film slate, the booze, and, last but not least, the food. Like some of its buddies we mentioned before, Alamo is a fan of making original menus for special screenings -- this one right here is from a Silence of the Lambs feast. We won't tell you what that tart is made of.
Sharing some DNA with the kitschy, '50s-themed diners that always seem to employ Elvis impersonators, Hollywood Blvd. commits hard to the menu puns. Yes, there's a Pizza of the Sierra Madre and, yes, there's A Sandwich Called Wanda. But since they're going for the retro-diner shtick, that also means the menu has basically anything you could imagine. So go ahead and order the enchiladas and the Thai chicken wrap. A movie theater this nice probably has a great bathroom, too.
Kristin Hunt is a food/drink staff writer for Thrillist, and highly recommends Nitehawk's homemade jerky. Follow her to Muppets brunches at @kristin_hunt.