This small historic theater presents a bargain and a trip to the past for anyone.
The theater was recently remodeled to create a more historic and professional feel. As I purchased my ticket at the counter I walked through the art deco doors to find a busy lobby and signs for the 4 auditoriums.
At the concession stand which is moderately busy, candy price is about average of what to expect at theaters (somewhat overpriced). The theater features candy, pop, nachos, popcorn, and icees.
The pop corn usually tastes great and is made with coconut oil.
The staff is friendly and knowledgeable of the theater's past and present and is willing to help.
The auditoriums have a drab 80s feel to them with somewhat comfortable seats. The floors are usually sticky.
The quality and focus of the projection is usually good. If one finds a problem they seem to act fast to fix the problem.
99 cent Thursdays are a great bargain and the only complaint about those is that the theater fills up fast.