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Paragon Grove 13

© Paragon Grove 13
Coconut Grove

This luxurious multiplex typically features blockbusters and up to three non-Hollywood films at a time. If you want to avoid being stuck between the many groups of teenagers who consider this a regular weekend hangout, opt for whatever’s playing at one of the four Prestige Imports Premier screens, which boast overstuffed leather chairs and a gourmet menu for noshing while you watch.

Name: Paragon Grove 13
Address: 3015 Grand Avenue
Miami

Cross Street: at Virginia Street
Venue phone: 305 446 6843
Website: http://www.paragontheaters.com
Transport: Bus 42, 48, Coconut Grove Circulator
Price: Tickets $8–$11.50
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