The Landmark

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The Landmark Theater

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This swanky theater has twelve auditoriums, top-notch digital projection and sound and over 3,000 parking spaces for you and all your friends... and all their friends. The Landmark also boasts the best theater food in the city. There's a full service wine bar—which, in addition to red, white and bubbly, has a pretty great beer list—offering happy hour discounts and cappuccinos. It also has a tasty and super reasonably-priced menu with fancy eats (like a prosciutto and provolone sandwich and an artisan cheese plate) alongside more traditional theater favorites like the hallowed Hebrew National hot dog (served on a bun from La Brea Bakery). You can rent the entire theater for special events, or get cozy in the venue's luxury screening room.

Venue name: The Landmark
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Address: 10850 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles
90064
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