UA Kaufman Astoria Cinema 14

Movie theaters, Multiplex Astoria
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Venue name: UA Kaufman Astoria Cinema 14
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Address: 35-30 38th St

Cross street: at 35th Ave
Transport: Subway: N, Q to 36th Ave; M, R to 36th St
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Brian M.

Good theater near R subway line on Steinway Street in Astoria.  Stadium seating with drink holders were a nice touch.  The food choices were plenty between hot food and snacks.  Overall sound of the movies was good.  Could make the theater a bit darker, as the emergency strips are quite bright.  Nearby restaurants and bar for pre or post show.