Alamo Drafthouse Mueller

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Alamo Drafthouse Mueller
Photograph: Nick Simonite

The best way to sum up the difference between this Alamo Drafthouse and others is that it’s a little more upscale. That isn't as snooty as it sounds—it’s the newest location with the most updates, which includes every seat as a cushiony power-recliner (relax, but don’t doze off!). Add to that a creative menu (more health-friendly foods and beers/cocktails), ample validated parking, plus the in-house Barrel O’ Fun bar downstairs (which also functions as an occasional live music venue) and you’ve got yourself an almost unbeatable cinematic experience.

By: David Brendan Hall

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Venue name: Alamo Drafthouse Mueller
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Address: 1911 Aldrich St
Austin
78723
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