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New dine-in Brooklyn movie theater only charges $3 per ticket

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Jennifer Picht

It’s like a fancier version of Nitehawk Cinema, but cheaper? Damn! 

Cancel your plans because tonight, January 15, is the grand opening of Syndicated (a new dine-in cinema located at 40 Bogart St in Bushwick) and it looks awesome!

Filmgoers and foodies will be delighted to know there will be plates of delicious grub, booze and a comfortable 50-seat screening room (slightly smaller than Nitehawk, but we’ll manage). And that’s not even the best part—movie tickets cost $3 for single films and only $5 for double features.

You can watch ’80s movies and blockbusters as well as classic flicks while gorging on mouthwatering dishes like Popcorn-Crusted Fried Oysters, Hot fried Chicken Sandwiches and movie-themed cocktails. There will also be a hodgepodge of flavored gourmet popcorn and “artisanal snacks,” if you prefer traditional concessions, too.

We already knew that Bushwick is cool (especially now that there’s an awesome bowling, karaoke and dining arena on the way) but we’re really jazzed to see the nabe is upping its entertainment value even more. 

h/t Gothamist 

Photographs: Courtesy Michael Tulipan

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