One of the last single-screen art houses around, this theater sports a wonderful balcony (watch out for the amorous couples!) and programs a host of hoity-toity foreign movies, opulent period drams and midlevel indies with big-name stars. The experience of seeing anything at this cineplex is a treat; even if you and your date don't dig what's playing, you'll always have Paris.
|Venue name:||Paris Theatre||Contact:|
4 W 58th St
|Cross street:||at Fifth Ave|
|Transport:||Subway: F to 57th St; N, R to Fifth Ave–59th St|
|Price:||$14, seniors and children $10.50|
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