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  • Seattle International Film Festival
    The SIFF team scours the globe in search of extraordinary films. Their mission is to bring the community?and the world?together through quality international showings, and they host premieres, classic films, and revivals at the SIFF Cinema Uptown, SIFF Cinema Egyptian, and the SIFF Film Center 365 days each year. As one of the largest and best-attended film festivals in the U.S., the Seattle International Film Festival reaches more than 150,000 moviegoers each year. The 25-day festival presents more than 250 features and 150 short films from more than 70 countries during its run, giving people a perfect excuse to try out an all-popcorn diet.
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    805 E Pine St
    Seattle, WA US
  • FillaseatSeattle
    Performers feed off the energy of their audience, and when there is no audience, there is no energy. To stop this problem before it starts, venues turn to FillASeatSeattle, a business that supplies its members with tickets to events that still have seats to fill. Members enjoy a year of entry to popular shows, sporting events, and concerts, bulking up the audience by filling in the extra seats. Upon joining FillASeatSeattle, members receive access to a list of upcoming events, which range from concerts, comedy, sports, and dance to theatre, symphonic- and classical-music performances, expos, and miscellaneous events.
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    Worldwide Seats
    Seattle, WA US
  • Regal Cinemas Thornton Place Stadium 14 and IMAX
    The Regal Theater welcomes you to sit back and relax while you enjoy a unique movie-going experience. Arrive to the brightly lit lobby completed with neon lights and modern, yet colorful décor. Choose from a large selection of latest films that are ready for the crystal-clear, digital projection screens and will be heard through custom built-in sound systems. This fantastic theater’s concession offers delicious snacks like sweet and gooey Cinnabon Bites and The Regal’s appetizing meals. They also have classic snacks such as buttery popcorn, candy, fountain drinks and ice cream.
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    301 NE 103rd St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Grand Illusion Cinema
    By the Numbers: Grand Illusion Cinema 1968—the year it opened inside a repurposed dentist’s office 1997—the year it was taken over by the Northwest Film Forum 2004—when it became an independent nonprofit organization 70 seats 5 levels of theater membership 16mm and 35mm film-projection capabilities (in addition to digital) 5.1 surround sound 0 big-budget studio pictures—Grand Illusion soley focuses on independent, foreign, and art house productions
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    1403 NE 50th St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Big Picture
    By the Numbers: Big Picture 1-screen theater 21—minimum age for entry (alcohol is served) 10-feet—the height of the screen 20-feet—the width of the screen 100—seating capacity 100% chance of reclining comfortably in the oversized plush seats 1 story beneath street level, under a steakhouse 1 of 23 “Coolest Small Businesses” in Seattle, according to Business Insider 1 of 20 “Top Movie Theaters in the World”, according to Men’s Journal
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    2505 1st Ave
    Seattle, WA US
  • Columbia City Ale House
    Years spent living in England made their mark on Columbia City Ale House founder Jeff Eagan. The country's particular style of local pubs fascinated him, and when he returned to Seattle in 1991, he recruited chef Jeff Reich to help him re-create that atmosphere by founding the 74th Street Ale House, the first of their triad of Seattle ale houses. The pubs dedicated their taps to local craft beers in a decade where the streets mostly flowed with basic American brews, and caught attention for their beer selection and for a fierce dedication to fresh-prepared pub fare classified as "herbaceous and hot" by the Seattle Times. Eclectic menus regularly updated by chef and Seattle culinary veteran Kathy Christopher boast gumbo with made-from-scratch stock and a breaded-chicken sandwich with garlic oil that claims a Best Chicken Sandwich distinction from Seattle Weekly. Columbia City Ale House is the latest in their expanding endeavors, and shares with its siblings a dedication to craft brews and an upscale approach to pub fare. English and local beers flow from the 21 taps, half of which change regularly and include favorites such as Fullers' Extra Special Bitters and perennial winners from Fremont and Boundary Bay. On the menu, a grilled Reuben sandwich boasts corned beef braised in Blackthorn hard cider, and flat iron steak rubbed in ancho-chili powder and pepper stars in a southwest steak sandwich. A regular specials menu encourages culinary and libationary adventure with a recommended beer or wine pairing listed next to each dish. Inside the ale house, light shines through geometric stained-glass windows, bought from a demolished Greek Orthodox church. Squares of the same stained glass decorate the small upper level, and arches centered on a cross stand at the top of the bar. The space reflects the English pub feel with sturdy woods, a mirror emblazoned with an Old Bailey beer logo, and servers who impersonate the Queen Mother between shifts.
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    4914 Rainier Avenue South
    Seattle, WA US

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