The Drexel Gateway is a modern and attractive new theater in the revitalized Campus section of High Street. When you enter, there is a huge escalator and a couple sets of about 50 stairs (which I didn't see anyone use). There is a box office, café and concession stand to the left and a restaurant to the right. At the café, I tried a veggie sub (served with potato chips and pickle) and spring rolls. The sub had lots of vegetables and hummus but wasn't very flavorful. I tasted my friend's Thai veggie sandwich with a slightly spicy peanut sauce. It was much better. The spring rolls were hot and tasty.
There are only about 5 theaters which make it feel much more like the original Drexel establishments and less like the huge megaplexes that are everywhere. The theater is sparkling clean and the seats are very comfortable. The movie we watched was a ballet documentary. That's another great thing about Drexel theaters, they show independent films that no one else does.