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AMC Kabuki 8

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Sundance Kabuki Cinema
Photograph: Courtesy Creative Commons/Flickr/Niall Kennedy Sundance Kabuki Cinema

The AMC Kabuki 8 took over the Sundance Kabuki a few years ago but the multiplex still has most of the hallmarks that made its predecessor the city’s best movie theater: reserved seating, dine-in options and 21+ shows where alcohol is permitted. Though their movies skew more towards big-budget Hollywood films than they used to, comfortable seats and intimate screening rooms—some with shared tables—make the Kabuki an ideal place to catch the newest release. One welcome change? Order food like southern style chicken tenders or ultimate nachos before finding your seat and they’ll deliver it to you when it’s ready.

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Venue name: AMC Kabuki 8
Contact:
Address: 1881 Post St
San Francisco
94115
Cross street: at Fillmore St
Transport: Bus 2, 3, 22, 38, 92
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