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Galaxy Luxury+

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Fancy a beer with your movie? This Galaxy theater will do you one better: You can enjoy yourbrew in the comfort of a huge reclining chair. This new movie house (which took over the space of a long-closed theater) serves beer and wine, and features large, plush seats you'll probably have to be prised out of once the show's over. Plus, the screens are enormous, the sound is incredible and the ticktes priced the same as everywhere else. Yes, it's quite a way from the Strip and you'll need to get your ticket ahead of time, but you'll be glad that you did.

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Venue name: Galaxy Luxury+
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Address: 4500 E Sunset Road
Las Vegas

Cross street: between N Green Valley Parkway and Mountain Vista Street
Transport: Bus 212
Price: $11; $7.50 reductions; $8.50 before 6pm
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