Bay Ridge Alpine Cinemas

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Venue name: Bay Ridge Alpine Cinemas
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Address: 6817 5th Avenue
Brooklyn
11220
Cross street: 68th St and 69th St
Transport: Subway: R to Bay Ridge Ave
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