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CinéBistro

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4 out of 5 stars
CinéBistro, Cinemas, Miami
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Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

CinéBistro is redefining the idea of “dinner and a movie.” After 6pm, it’s a 21-plus establishment, offering comfy seating, a full bar and a thoughtfully prepared American bistro menu. The movie menu offers something for everyone, too, with a nice mix of first-run Hollywood films and hard-to-find indies. Children accompanied by a parent or guardian are welcomed to attend PG-rated showings part of the cinema’s family-film series, so long as it’s before 6pm. There’s also a special menu available for younger guests.

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Address: Dolphin Mall
11471 NW 12 St
Miami

Cross street: at 114th St
Transport: Bus 7
Price: Tickets $15–$22
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