Alamo Drafthouse Cinema – New Mission, Mission District

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SAN FRANCISCO | Alamo Drafthouse Cinema was founded in Austin, Texas by Tim and Karrie League, who were driven by a simple passion for watching movies and enjoying food and beer. Today, they operate a number of cinemas across the United States, often reviving old disused cinemas and theatres. The New Mission Theatre in San Francisco is one such example.

Originally built in 1916, and transformed into an Art Deco masterpiece in 1932, The New Mission Theatre closed in 1993 and became a furniture store. Several years later it was slated for demolition but saved due to community pressure. Alamo Drafthouse purchased the site and renovated it, and in 2015 the New Mission Theatre reopened, showing a selection of new releases, classic, and cult films. During the film, you can enjoy food and drink from a very good casual menu. There’s also retail section where you can purchase movies on DVD and move paraphernalia too.

If you don’t want to watch a movie there’s still good reason to stop by. Apart from being able to admire the grand Art Deco interiors, the Bear vs Bull Bar, located in the lobby of the theatre, offers a selection of California brewed beer, wine, and hand crafted cocktails.

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema – New Mission

2550 Mission Street
San Francisco
California 94110
United States

Telephone: 415 549 5959
E-mail: n/a
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