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Regal South Beach Stadium 18

South Beach

With its eye-catching architecture and prime location on the corner of Lincoln Road Mall, this big, glass-walled theatre is the hub of the South Beach cultural scene. Tragically, most films are mindless Hollywood pap, but there are screens to spare for occasional independent and foreign films. On weekdays you can have the whole theatre to yourself, but weekend screenings of blockbusters and critically lauded flicks often sell out, so buy tickets early. The second-floor café offers real-food alternatives to the usual cinema junk.

Venue name: Regal South Beach Stadium 18
Address: 1120 Lincoln Road
Miami

Cross street: at Alton Road
Venue phone: 305 674 6766
Transport: Bus A, M, R, S, W, South Beach Local
Price: Tickets $7-$10.
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