Seattle >Arts & Entertainment > Landmark Harvard Exit
807 E Roy St, Seattle, WA | Directions 9810247.625037 -122.321519
Neighborhoods: Capitol Hill, Broadway
Great movies, old school theater, perfect neighborhood for before and after good and drinks!
Historic movie house that plays hosts to first run independent and international films as well as reportedly ghosts. Arrive early and hang out in the large, comfortable lobby--fireplace included.
A great place to hang out in the lobby before or after the film. But keep an eye out for ghosts...this theater has been known to still play host to movie patrons from the 1920's late at night.
Seattle's first art-house movie theater remains one of its best. The snack bar is heads above the competition for starters. And the selection of movies continues to be inspired after all these years. Bravo!
A piece of Seattle History and Great Indie Film Experience – From the moment you walk into this vintage brick theater built in the 20’s, on a neighborhood tree-lined Capitol Hill street, you will be transported back in time to old Hollywood. While the screen and sound have been modernized, the lobby continues to boast a 1920s atmosphere with an ornate fireplace, grand piano, chandelier and plush seating reminiscent of that era.
This is not only a Seattle landmark, but a not to be missed classic Seattle experience, showing newly released Independent and Foreign films on 2 Screens that you typically will not find anywhere else. Parking is on the street which can be a challenge, but it is well worth the trouble.
Rainy Weekend Must: – Catch a matinee at the Harvard Exit before or after a fabulous Deluxe Bar & Grill brunch! Be sure to catch the first showing of the day so you can use your $savings$ for that 2nd cocktail.
Located at the north end of Broadway, it's the coolest neighborhood theater in Seattle. – In Short
Parking is nonexistent and the box office is in an alley next to the building, but for many, it's the best place to be on a rainy night. Major independent films premiere on the large downstairs screen, while smaller foreign films show upstairs in the smaller theater. The space was converted to movie screens in 1969; for 50 years before, the building housed the Women's Century Club, who still meet in the lobby every month.
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