We already know what pop culture says about drive-in theaters: they are the perfect place for a first date. But that’s not the end of the story.
The only drive-in cinema in the city (except for the one the Iberoamericana University sets up for the closing ceremony of its annual Kinoki film festival) has a stylish decoration from the fifties that takes us back to the times of John Travolta and Grease. This is a totally unconventional option for going to the movies, not only with your love interest, but also with family and friends.
The cinema screens classic films digitally and occasionally hosts midnight showings of surprise movies. It may sound risky, but the experience of sitting in your car with a personal sound system and food and snacks service is actually worth it. Chairs are also available and, in case you don’t have a car, there are special days for pedestrians.
This is an itinerant project; it was formerly located in Coyoacán, then moved to Santa Fe.
|Venue name:||Autocinema Coyote|
Lago Zurich 200
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 6pm-12am|