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Landmark Theater

Movie theaters, Multiplex Coral Gables
5 out of 5 stars
Landmark Theater
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Our children probably won’t remember the movie theaters of our youth, with their sticky, plastic seats and stale pump-your-own-butter popcorn offerings. That’s thanks to the recent wave of “luxury” theaters, like Miami’s new Landmark Theater. Housed in Coral Gables’ Merrick Park, the cinema boasts plush leather seats with multiple stages of reclining options. Food is available—from traditional snacks like popcorn to restaurant-type fare such as flatbreads—as well as beer and wine. The movies aren’t your typical box-office smashes, either. Landmark Theater diversifies its programming with limited-run indie films as well as big-budget super-hero flicks.

By: Ryan Pfeffer (DO NOT USE)

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Venue name: Landmark Theater
Contact:
Address: 358 San Lorenzo Ave
Coral Gables

Cross street: at Ponce de Leon Blvd
Opening hours: Mon–Fri noon–11:15; Sat–Sun 10am–11:15pm
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