AMC Dine-in Theatres Block 37

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AMC Dine-in Theatres Block 37
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AMC Dine-In Theatres Block 37

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The newest Chicago location of the AMC multiplex chain, located on the fourth floor of the Block 37 shopping center, offers 11 screens and AMC's full dine-in menu, featuring everything from burgers to sushi rolls. Four variations on mac & cheese are balanced out by healthier options like quinoa bowls. You order from a console at your seat, and your freshly prepared food is delivered right to your plush leather recliner.

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Venue name: AMC Dine-in Theatres Block 37
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Address: 108 N. State Street
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