Alamo Drafthouse Opens Its First Washington, D.C. Theater; Movie Presidents In Lobby, Spy-Themed Bar

Alamo Drafthouse Opens Its First Washington, D.C. Theater; Movie Presidents In Lobby, Spy-Themed Bar
The Alamo Drafthouse movie chain is opening its first theater in Washington, D.C. Friday. The Alamo Drafthouse D.C. Bryant Street will be the newest outpost of the cinema-eatery, which also debuted its first Manhattan location this fall.

The nine-screen, 873-seat theater at 630 Rhode Island Ave Ne spanning 45,000+ square feet is the Austin-based company’s first location in D.C. proper, joining the Alamo Drafthouse One Loudoun and Alamo Drafthouse Woodbridge in Northern Virginia as the third in the greater Washington, D.C. area.

Bryant Street features the company’s next-generation Premium Large Format standard, The Big Show (66’ wide x 28’ tall screen) in an all-recliner, 217 seat auditorium with 4K a laser projection system and Dolby Atmos audio.

Alamo, which went through a rough pandemic, emerged from bankruptcy earlier this year through a buyout with investors including founder Tim League. It’s helped do its share to lure moviegoers, especially
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