ShowPlace ICON Theatres at Roosevelt Collection

Movie theaters, Multiplex Loop
4 out of 5 stars
(4user reviews)
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Showplace Icon at Roosevelt Collection
Venue name: ShowPlace ICON Theatres at Roosevelt Collection
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Address: 1101 S Delano Ct
Chicago
60605
Transport: El stop: Green, Orange, Red to Roosevelt . Bus: 12, 18, 24.
Price: VIP seating: $17.50, matinees $15. Regular seating: $12.50, kids $10, seniors $10 on weekdays.
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This movie theater is huge! Additionally, if you're a member of the theater, the movies are quite cheap. I have yet to check out the 21+ VIP section, but the normal reclining chairs are comfortable and I like that there's a ledge in front of each seat. They're elevated very nicely. Will definitely be back here for another movie! 


Used to be my favorite place to see a movie - the food and drink menu is good, and the seats are super comfy and they recline! The VIP 21+ section is the way to see a movie, BUT, they've started charging $12 for parking, so what was once a great value is now kind of a rip off. I'll go to ArcLight instead.


Free parking makes this the best theatre to go to in Chicago. Kerasotes keep this place clean and functioning in the South Loop and you don't have to deal with the traffic or parking like River North. You don't have to worry about a meter or parking rates if you want to go shopping while you're there either. 


This crazily designed movie theater has a restaurant/bar with surprisingly amazing bacon popcorn and drinks you can take into your screening. Get there early and do some shopping before your film, it's a great little place to spend an afternoon.