Balboa Theatre

Movie theaters Outer Richmond
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4 out of 5 stars
Balboa Theatre
Photograph: Courtesy Creative Commons/Flickr/Serafina Kernberger Balboa Theatre

Foggy Outer Richmond is home to a small shopping district on Balboa Street that lays claim to this great local cinema. Opened in 1926 and designed by the Reid Bros., whose other iconic San Francisco creations include the original Cliff House and the Fairmont Hotel, this cozy movie house screens everything from new releases, second-run films, indie and classic noir double-features.

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Venue name: Balboa Theatre
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Address: 3630 Balboa St
San Francisco

Cross street: between 37th and 38th Aves
Transport: Bus 18, 31, 31AX, 38
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