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For years now the Mayan Theater, built in 1930, was a popular destination to catch art and foreign flicks. Landmark Theaters purchased the art house in 1986 and spent over USD2 million renovating the exterior facade and converting the interior into three separate theaters. Today, the theater shows the hottest and most daring independent and foreign films flooding the market. Noted for its Art Deco Mayan Revival style, the Mayan is one of only three theaters across the nation exhibiting this design. There is a cafeteria and lounge upstairs and you can even rent out the theater for private screenings, film events or gaming on the big screen!
A classic American experience is the drive-in movie theater and at the 88, you can sample a bit of nostalgic Americana. Pull into the theater in your car and find a parking spot and then enjoy the show. This seasonal outdoor movie has a snack bar and children under 12 view movies free. This is the perfect summer movie experience for the whole family or a unique date night.
For a cinema experience a notch above, try the Landmark Theatre Greenwood Village. With stadium-style leatherette seating, a premium bar and a concessions menu that is atypical of most chain cinema complexes, movie-going is a much more pleasurable experience; VIP seating is available. Ticket prices are a little expensive, but include complimentary popcorn and fountain drinks. Check the website for details of upcoming shows.
Aurora Movie Tavern combines eating out with watching a movie, making it a perfect date night destination. The food is standard tavern/bar fare, including burgers, sliders and sandwiches, and there are beverages available, including beer and wine. The seats are comfortable and the service is excellent. making it a perfect choice for a fun night out in the city. Check the website for details of upcoming shows.