Regal Webster Place 11

Movie theaters, Multiplex Lincoln Park
5 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Regal Webster Place 11
Regal Webster Place 11

It may look like your average chain multiplex location, but Regal Webster Place 11 hides a revolutionary advance in movie-viewing technology: king size reclining seats. It's especially useful considering that Pequod's is located just across the street—you'll probably need to lay down for a while after a few slices of deep dish.

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Venue name: Regal Webster Place 11
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Address: 1471 W Webster Ave
Chicago
60614
Cross street: between Clybourn Ave and Dominick St
Transport: Bus: 9, 74.
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tastemaker

I love this theater. Great reclining comfortable seats with a tray so you can basically shovel the food straight into your face. They recently introduced a full food menu also that isn't terribly overpriced considering the cost of movie concessions. Be sure to sign up for the Regal rewards program - it's free and you earn free concessions and movies quickly!


Recliner seats and huge cup holders for my embarrassingly large pop? Sign me up. Let's stay for three movies.