Seeing movies in the theater helps you avoid watching direct-to-DVD, no-frills versions of popular films, such as One Man and a Baby and Star War. See the reel deal with this Groupon.
$22 for a When Harry Met Sally movie night for two (a $50 total value)
- Two tickets to When Harry Met Sally on Friday, August 9 at 7:30 p.m.; doors open at 7 p.m. (a $14 value each)
- Two glasses of wine or beer (a $7 value each)
- One large popcorn (a $4 value)
- One large candy (a $4 value)<p>
Tribeca Cinemas screens the latest works by renowned national and international filmmakers, but not on a new-movie-every-Friday schedule. Instead, Tribeca's two theaters hosts festivals throughout the year, including the famed Tribeca Film Festival, the Architecture & Design Film Festival, NY Television Festival, and Vision Fest. In between fests, the theater's curators stick to foreign films and repertory classics, which they screen using both digital projections and projectors for 35mm and 16mm reels. They also do private screenings and theater rentals.
But entertainment at Tribeca Cinemas isn't just limited to what's onscreen. Soirees at The Varick Room, the theater's industrial-chic event venue, run the gamut from film premieres and rehearsal dinners to lavish cocktail parties. Backed by glowing red letters that spell "LIQUORS," bartenders whip up cocktails themed around each event, while the wait-staff distributes beverages and bottle service to a soundtrack of live entertainment.
86% of 21 customers recommend
“Great event!!! Can't wait for the Patrick Swayze-thon in Oct!”
“Lovely little intimate theater and so great to revisit When Harry Met Sally in a theater with other folks who loved the film. Not sure I would go too often if...”
“Lovely little intimate theater and so great to revisit When Harry Met Sally in a theater with other folks who loved the film. Not sure I would go too often if everything cost the normal price, however. It was a wonderful evening for the value but if a movie there cost full modern cinema price and a plastic cup of wine is $8 (I paid for an additional glass)...etc..then it's not as enticing to not just stay home and rent. I hope there's a way for this theater to continue to provide package incentives like this one because its a lovely excuse to get out and into the city and revisit a classic with friends in an arthouse setting without breaking the bank. ”
“Seats were uncomfortable but the movie was great!”
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