Lincoln Plaza Cinemas

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Upper West Side
It's the place to go for Upper West Siders who crave the latest in foreign films or art-house gems; if the notion of going to a multiplex sends waves of nausea through you (and you don't mind watching movies with an audience of octagenerians), this is the joint for you.
Venue name: Lincoln Plaza Cinemas
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Address: 1886 Broadway
New York
10023
Cross street: at 62nd St
Transport: Subway: A, C, B, D, 1 to 59th St–Columbus Circle
Price: $13, seniors and children $9
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