AMC Loews Village 7

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This seven-auditorium movie theater, which Loews opened in 1991, was built in 1868 as the headquarters of the NYC Department of Public Charities and Corrections.
Venue name: AMC Loews Village 7
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Address: 66 Third Ave
New York
10003
Cross street: between 11th and 12th Sts
Transport: Subway: L to Third Ave, 6 to Astor Pl
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mafeloreto
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This might be one of the most underrated theaters ever! I can always find tickets, it's never awfully crowded, the concession is ON POINT (with the AMC fancy soda machines and yummy no pre-buttered popcorn), yet most importantly - if you pick a movie in one of the theaters higher up (this place has like 5 floors) you get amazing reclining chairs that are more comfortable than the couch I put myself in debt for.


Go see your big movies here - the Regal down the block is hell.