Cinemark University City Penn 6

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Cinemark University City Penn 6
Photograph: Courtesy Cinema Treasures/Kevin Tredway

Perfectly situated in University City across from a Metropolitan Bakery and a mere two blocks from delicious New Delhi, this six-screen miniplex offers the standard assortment of amenities (stadium seating, online purchasing, 3D capability) plus booze. The theater began as a more high-falutin’ place, with reserved seating and mad food options. It lost much of that after its recent takeover by Cinemark, but it still gets high marks for location, cheap ticket prices and a decent screen size for a relatively small architectural footprint.

By: Piers Marchant

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Venue name: Cinemark University City Penn 6
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Address: 4012 Walnut St
Philadelphia
19104
Cross street: at S 40th St
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