Bay Ridge Alpine Cinemas

Movie theaters, Multiplex Bay Ridge
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Venue name: Bay Ridge Alpine Cinemas
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Address: 6817 5th Avenue
Brooklyn
11220
Cross street: 68th St and 69th St
Transport: Subway: R to Bay Ridge Ave
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Bay Ridge Alpine is the go to cinema for peeps in the bay ridge area. I grew up and still live there. It's the only cinema within a 30 block radius. It has about 8 selections of movies to choose from at any given time which isn't bad. I guess after going to movie theaters in the city, it just seems so lacking in comparison. Prices of snacks (im a nacho gal myself) are on par with manhattan prices which is ridiculous. I think the major reason I dislike it so much is because I had a really bad experience a year or two ago when I went and it just seems like a really bootleg theater. The seats are ok, the theater is really small. I dont know, I'm just used to more in manhattan I suppose.