Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas

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Fulfill all your new-release needs and check out some terrific alternative programming (Hedda Lettuce–hosted revival screenings!) at this Manhattan multiplex.

Venue name: Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas
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Address: 260 W 23rd St
New York
10011
Cross street: between Seventh and Eighth Aves
Transport: Subway: C, E to 23rd St; 1 to 23rd St
Price: $7.50–$17.75
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