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  • Bow Tie Washington Township Cinemas

    249 Pascack Road Washington Township, NJ 07675

  • Bow Tie Ziegfeld Theater

    141 West 54th Street New York, NY 10019

  • Broadway Multiplex Cinemas

    Broadway Multiplex Cinemas

    995 Broadway Mall Hicksville, NY 11801

    This multi-screen mega-theater offers Hicksville the latest in new releases. Located in the Broadway Mall, it features comfort seating, classic concession, Sony 4k projectors, and is fully handicapped accessible. More >>

  • Brooklyn Academy of Music

    Brooklyn Academy of Music

    30 Lafayette Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217

  • Brooklyn Heights Cinema

    Brooklyn Heights Cinema

    70 Henry St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-596-7070 Brooklyn Heights Cinema is an old-school, two screen moviehouse nestled into the brownstone-lined neighborhood just over the Brooklyn Bridge. Despite its tiny stature, this cinema features a robust mix of independent, foreign, art house, and mainstream films in addition to hosting a variety of special events and film festival screenings. A cappuccino bar with local baked goods augments the traditional selection of refreshments, but the traditional treats aren't ignored, like popcorn drizzled with real butter. The two 153-seat auditoriums are intimate but not too cramped, contributing to a thoughtful and well-curated atmosphere that's a cut above the modern Cineplex. More >>

  • Brooklyn Museum

    Brooklyn Museum

    200 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, NY 11238
    718-638-5000 Gallery hours: Wednesday-Friday 10am-5pm; first Saturday of each month 11am-11pm; all other Saturdays 11am-6pm; Sunday 11am-6pm More >>

  • Bryant Park

    Bryant Park

    42nd & 6th Ave. New York, NY 10016
    212-983-4142 Now a prissy picnic spot, that football-field sized lawn between Fifth and Sixth, south of 42nd used to be a Midtown dealers paradise. Now, bright-light pop artists such as Hillary Duff perform here, garden tours promenade through the grounds and worker-bees in their khakis perch on blankets on the fescue for midday getaways. What a difference a decade (or three) makes. Bryant Park is still home to an abundance of free events, from weekly film screenings in the summertime to indoor reading series in the winter. More >>

  • Cinema 1, 2 & 3

    Cinema 1, 2 & 3

    1001 Third Ave. New York, NY 10022

    This old three-screen theater may be a little run down, but its intimate size and mix of artier wide- and limited-run films makes it an easy place to relax, if not the snazziest place to bring a date. Just blocks from the 59th Street NQR and 456 trains, Cinema 1, 2 & 3 is as accessible as anything on the Upper East Side, and substantially cheaper. More >>

  • CC East 86th Street

    210 E. 86th St. New York, NY 10028
    212-734-4427 753

  • Center Cinema 5

    Center Cinema 5

    4217 Queens Blvd. Long Island City, NY 11104

    Right off the 7 train in Sunnyside, Queens, Center Cinema 5 shows first-run features in an old cinema space that’s charming or dingy, depending on who's asked. In either case, the five-screen cinema’s tickets are cheap, and when a film has just been released, it's difficult to find a seat in one of the small theaters. However, the friendly staff makes up for much of the cinema’s inconvenience. More >>

  • Chelsea Cinemas

    260 W. 23rd St. New York, NY 10011

  • Cinema Arts Centre

    Cinema Arts Centre

    423 Park Ave. Huntington, NY 11743
    631-423-3456 This three-screen non-profit community cinema is located in Long Island, NY, an hour outside of Manhattan. Art, independent, and international films are screened and reduced ticket prices for seniors, students, and children at select times. A cafe with an assorted menu and wifi access are also available. Wheelchair accessible. More >>

  • Cinema Village

    Cinema Village

    22 E. 12th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-924-3363 This well-known Greenwich Village movie house has slightly lower prices than the chain theaters, and often shows films that don’t have anywhere else to play. A frequent host of Q&As with actors and directors, Cinema Village fosters artistic community and conversation. It’s also centrally located, just off Union Square. More >>

  • Cinemart Cinemas

    Cinemart Cinemas

    106-03 Metropolitan Ave. Flushing, NY 11375
    718-261-2244 This five-screen cinemas, located in Forest Hills, has been open since 1925 and is the oldest, continuously running independent theater in Queens. Over the years, the location has gained a cozy cafe, complete with a fireplace, for attendees to enjoy before or after their feature presentation. All auditoriums are wheelchair accessible. More >>

  • City Cinemas Cinemas 123

    City Cinemas Cinemas 123

    1001 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10022

    This three-screen cinema is located on the east side of Manhattan right off of the Lexington Ave/59th Street stop on the Broadway Local and Express trains. Wheelchair accessibility and listening devices upon request are featured at this theater. More >>

  • City Cinemas East 86th St.

    City Cinemas East 86th St.

    210 E. 86th St. New York, NY 10028
    212-734-4427 The four screens at this small, dingy Yorkville theater show movies for $6 before noon every day of the week. Otherwise, there’s not much reason to visit the City Cinemas on East 86th Street, which screens mainstream films, and often keeps showing them after they’ve stopped running at other movie houses. A few blocks east of the 4/5/6 train, this cinema is definitely a neighborhood convenience, not a destination. More >>

  • City Cinemas Paris Theatre

    City Cinemas Paris Theatre

    4 W. 58th St. New York, NY 10019 The City Cinemas Paris Theatre in Midtown is a cozy and intimate venue--great for a date--screening the latest in independent and foreign films. There are listening devices available for the hearing impaired, and the auditorium is handicap accessible. The City Cinemas Paris Theatre is a short walk from the 57th Street subway. More >>

  • City Cinemas Village East Cinema

    City Cinemas Village East Cinema

    181-189 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10012
    212-529-6799 A kind of New York movie house landmark, even if it didn't show movies until relatively recently, the Village East opened in 1926 as the Yiddish Art Theatre, and later had several incarnations (and names) as an Off-Broadway playhouse before being converted into a movie theater in 1991. There are now six auditoriums, most of which (including the one where The Rocky Horror Picture Show plays on Friday and Saturday) have ludicrously small screens. The main auditorium (which still has a fabulously ornate Star of David on its ceiling) was renovated in 2003, and now has roomier seats and a bigger screen, although the Carnegie Hall-style steepness ensures that absolutely no seat has a comfortable sightline. But a trip to the Village East remains a necessary pilgrimage anyway: It's one of a handful of theaters in New York that isn't completely sterile. More >>

  • CityPlex 12

    CityPlex 12

    360 Springfield Ave. Newark, NJ 07103
    973-642-5555 Doubling the number of screens in its previous iteration, Newark Screens 6, CityPlex 12 was totally renovated in 2011. The Newark cinema’s highlight is its largest theater, the Shaq-EX Premiere Digital Experience, which features over 400 leather stadium seats, a 43-foot screen, and enhanced digital sound and visuals. And despite the deluxe upgrade, a night at the movies continues to be affordable, with $6 tickets to first-run features every Tuesday. More >>

  • Clearview

    Clearview's 1st & 62nd Street

    400 E. 62nd St. New York, NY 10065
    212-752-0684 Tucked away on the far eastern edge of the Upper East Side, Clearview’s 1st and 62nd Street Cinemas is generally pretty empty, but this also means its usually clean, and there's no line. That makes it the spot to see first-run blockbusters and the kind of mainstream film that sells out farther downtown, but getting there’s a commitment. The cinema is a three-avenue walk from the nearest subway stop, and there’s not much else to do in the area when a film lets out. More >>

  • Clearview

    Clearview's Babylon Cinemas

    34 Main St. Babylon, NY 11702
    631-669-0200 This three-screen theater is located in Babylon, NY right off of the Babylon Northport Expressway. It is not completely handicap accessible but welcomes patrons to call the cinema and find out when films will be playing in a handicap accessible auditorium. More >>

  • Clearview

    Clearview's Bellevue Cinema 4

    260 Bellevue Ave. Montclair, NJ 07043
    973-744-1455 Bellvue Cinema in Montclair has 4 screens offering new releases, some in 3D. The theater is not completely handicap accessible, but screenings can be arranged in an accessible auditorium if patrons call beforehand. The theater is conveniently located at the Upper Montclair New Jersey Transit Rail stop. More >>

  • Clearview

    Clearview's Bergenfield Cinema 5

    58 S. Washington Ave. Bergenfield, NJ 07621
    201-385-1600 This five-screen theater is located in Bergenfield, NJ. It is not completely handicap accessibile but welcomes patrons to call the cinema and find out when films will be playing in a handicap accessible auditorium. More >>

  • Clearview

    Clearview's Caldwell Cinema 4

    315 Bloomfield Ave. Caldwell, NJ 07006
    973-226-9002 Caldwell Cinema in Caldwell has 4 screens offering new releases, some in 3D. All auditoriums are handicap accessible. There is a full concession stand and there are several New Jersey Transit bus stops nearby. More >>

  • Clearview

    Clearview's Chelsea

    260 W. 23rd St. New York, NY 10011
    212-691-5519 Clearview's Chelsea Cinema is a nine-screen, modern Cineplex that shows a variety of mainstream first-run, second-run, independent, and classic films. Located on 23rd Street between 7th and 8th Avenues, Clearview's Chelsea holds two screenings of "Chelsea Classics," hosted by Hedda Lettuce every Thursday night for $7.50. The joint also shows Rocky Horror on Fridays and Saturdays, and is a participant theater for several of the NYC film festivals. Additionally, the theater features two concessions areas, serving fried food, gourmet soft pretzels, and gelato. More >>

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