Dine-ins are nowhere close to being a new concept, but with the opening of Fulton Market’s iPic almost ten years ago, these theaters have been quite the craze in NYC.
Everyone in your friend group might have their choice of favorite. Are you an iPic girl, an Alamo loyalist, or a Nitehawk guy?
With many more of these theaters popping up all around the city, there’s definitely something for everyone!
Introducing LOOK Dine-in Cinemas, offering signature dining, cocktails, and premium movie-going experience, reactivating the cinema as a new magnet for first-run and independent films, premieres, and celebrity events.
Opening this summer at 625 West 57th Street, the new 8-screen theater will be LOOK’s first New York City location and serve as a flagship for the company.
LOOK has built a passionate national following for its unparalleled movie-going experience, and this first New York City location has generated enormous anticipation!
LOOK Cinemas offers a premium dine-in experience with laser projection, large screens, state-of-the-art sound, and luxury seating. LOOK + Dine mobile technology allows guests to order from chef-inspired menus and craft beverage selections from their devices or to call a server for a traditional ordering experience. The new VIA 57 WEST location will also feature Mirabella’s Lounge, offering Mexican inspired small bites and specialty cocktails for theatergoers to enjoy before or after a show, or for locals to stop in for a quick bite or happy hour.
Here’s a little more about LOOK’s Dine-In Cinema at 57 WEST:
- Eight screens, with theaters ranging in size from 20 to 172 seats
- Experiences ranging from small independent film screenings and first-run movie premiers to corporate and VIP events
- Neighbors Lounge offers cocktails and an elevated bar menu
- Special promotions for residents of 57 WEST, including VIA, FRANK, and HELENA
- 24,930 square feet, under a 15-year lease from The Durst Organization
Tickets are now on sale at lookcinemas.com for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3 as well as for a slate of first-run films and special events.