AMC Lakeline 9

Movie theaters, Multiplex Northwest Austin
AMC Lakeline 9
Photograph: Courtesy Lakeline Mall

If you’re looking for a more traditional ATX cinema setup (in other words: not Alamo Drafthouse) but still want to be able to enjoy the movie with an adult libation in hand, the newly renovated AMC in super-north Austin (technically Cedar Park) at Lakeline Mall is a good bet. The new digs include 10 wall-to-wall screens showing all the current studio films, power recliners and an expanded food menu and full bar (though there’s no auditorium wait service). 

By: David Brendan Hall

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Venue name: AMC Lakeline 9
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Address: 11200 Lakeline Mall Blvd
Cedar Park
78613
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