This Greenpoint, Brooklyn drive-in offers killer views of Manhattan's skyline along with popular movie classics at 1 Oak Street across the river from downtown Manhattan—a site that’s been used for shooting Fendi and Converse ads as well as the opening credits of Saturday Night Live. There's a concession stand on site and if you don't have a car, don't worry, you can rent out a chair ($22) to take in the flick. You can find the full, jam-packed schedule here. Tickets range from $22 to $80.
Drive-in movie theaters in NYC may seem to belong to a different era, but after last year when we were all forced outside, the nostalgic entertainment form has made its way back into the spotlight.
Drive-ins across the city popped up and though New York City isn't known for sprawling parking lots, New Yorkers flocked to big screens set up at diner parking lots on the East River waterfront and more.
For your next date night or outing with friends, order takeout from your favorite restaurant, pack a picnic full of snacks, and enjoy a flick at one of these new drive-in theater locations in and around the concrete jungle.
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