It's a shame that some of the best films in town are at Esquire. This theatre has seen better days, but if the movie you want to see is playing here, it probably isn't playing anywhere else. On a slow, weeknight I had to wander around for a while to find the ticket counter, which is outside and to the left of the door. True, I usually miss these kind of things, but rather than you wander around, the ticket counter is outside. The concession stand is another story. The selection is adequate, nothing great, but sometimes only the one upstairs is open. The chairs are the same, adequate. I tried to see Capote and the projector or the film broke, so the manager had to apologize to us, and offer us free tickets for next time as well as a refund. Kind of irritating, but I thought the manager handled it well. I recommend Esquire only due to their choices of films, not for the theatre itself.