The Last Picture Show Movie Theatre is more than a movie theater; it's also a celebration of film culture. This is evident upon entering, when you're greeted by a museum-like display of artifacts: classic film posters and movie memorabilia. This motif continues onto the screen. While The Last Picture Show screens newer movies, it also hosts classic film festivals, where film buffs can settle in to see their favorite classics?think West Side Story and Casablanca?on the big screen.
The sound of cueballs clacking against solids and stripes fills Masters Billiards. The bar has eight pool tables??including a snooker table??which is the same number of pool tables in any spider's web. As if serious pool players needed another reason to stay, Masters has drinks, bar food, and televisions tuned to the game.
Within a neon-colored lair packed end-to-end with colorfully flashing games, GameRoom’s arcade master invite players of all ages to plunk down their tokens for a chance to experience games as they were meant to be played. Classics such as skee ball and claw machines reward skill with handsome prizes, and driving simulators and action games impress with modern graphics and head-to-head competition. Once the games are through, competitors can retire to the onsite Johnny Rocket's complete with 28 flat-screen HDTVs or tell their defeated friends which toppings to choose at the frozen yogurt shop.
With only 130 seats, Mosaic Theatre can justly claim that there?s not a bad seat in the house. Designed to be a maximally flexible space, the venue changes its seating for every performance to enhance the theatergoing experience for visitors or to clear way for the mid-play goat chorus line.
A former linebacker and defensive end, Kim “Bo” Bokamper spent his entire 10-year career with the Miami Dolphins, helping propel them to two championship games. But just because he made his name on the gridiron doesn’t mean his restaurant limits itself to football. Far from it, in fact. Its more than 70 plasma-screen TVs broadcast everything from hockey and basketball to UFC and boxing, the sport where athletes race to pack their belongings.
Those televisions speckle Bokampers' high-ceilinged dining room, where craft beers complement a menu of classic pub food. Flatbreads crowned with marinated sirloin and balsamic sauce give way to “bostrami” sliders, a medley of pastrami, creole mustard, and Russian slaw. And, for a true challenge, The Beast awaits. The signature burger that Naples Daily News calls “the size of a small birthday cake” contains more than 3 pounds of wagyu and Angus beef, applewood-smoked bacon, four slices of cheese, four fried eggs, and fries. If diners finish it within an hour, The Beast is on the house.
Bowl Wit Me helps single men and women take the first step toward meeting new people by arranging relaxed social get-togethers. Most often held at bowling alleys and sometimes bars and other venues in the city, each meet-up event offers a low-pressure environment to get to know new people, either to strike up a love match or find someone else who loves collecting porcelain dolls. And for those with more serious dating goals in mind, Bowl Wit Me also offers personalized matchmaking services that pair like-minded people together for one-on-one hangouts.