With Atlanta being the film town that it is, it's no surprise that our city has some of the best theaters around. Who reigned supreme in this week's Best of Atlanta poll? No other than CinéBistro at Town Brookhaven. This place gives a whole new meaning to "dinner and a movie," as you wine and dine while watching a Hollywood blockbuster with a friend or loved one. Be sure to arrive 30 minutes early if you plan to eat to ensure proper service.
In second place we find Landmark Midtown Art Cinema, which offers up some of the best independent arthouse cinema around. Catching a flick here will ensure that you have plenty to talk about with your movie buff friends.
The same thing can be said for our third place winner, Plaza Theatre. Do a drive-by after work to check out what's posted on the famous marquee, then grab a big box of popcorn before the lights dim. Feeling feisty? Dress up in your best Frank N. Furter and hit up the weekly Rocky Horror Picture Show screening on Fridays at 11:55 p.m.
Looking for something a little closer to your neighborhood? Our honorable mentions all have something unique to offer your film experience: AMC Parkway Pointe 15 (Cobb), AMC Sugarloaf Mills 18 (Gwinnett) , Regal Cinemas Atlantic Station 18 (Intown) , and Regal Cinemas Avalon 12 (North Fulton).
Wondering what's playing this week? Check out the new releases and choose your must-see here.
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If you're looking for a kid-friendly theater, these ones are perfect for family fun. Need an adult night out with your friends? Try a film in one of these theaters that offer all the cinematic fun that you could possibly stand. Hungry? These Atlanta theaters offer dinner and a movie.
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