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Nitehawk Cinema

Movie theaters, Independent Williamsburg
Recommended
4 out of 5 stars
(12user reviews)
Nitehawk (Photograph: Pedro Feria Pino)
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Photograph: Pedro Feria Pino
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Nitehawk (Photograph: Gabi Porter)
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Photograph: Gabi Porter
Nitehawk (Photograph: Gabi Porter)
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Photograph: Gabi Porter
Nitehawk (Photograph: Gabi Porter)
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Photograph: Gabi Porter

Time Out says

This Brooklyn venue screens new indie releases and has a robust retro program. Each individual theater has full-service meals, plus there's the downstairs Lo-Res bar that stays open late. In 2011, Nitehawk overturned a Prohibition-era state liquor law banning alcohol in theaters, becoming the first dine-in theater to open in New York.

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Address: 136 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn
11249
Cross street: between Berry St and Wythe Ave
Transport: Subway: L to Bedford Ave
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    4 out of 5 stars
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Users say (12)

4 out of 5 stars