Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
American · The Mission · $
The anticipated San Francisco debut of this Austin-based movie house, bar and restaurant chain lands in the Mission, where midpriced New American fare pairs well with craft beer, cocktails and boozy milkshakes. The thoughtfully restored 1920s theater features an on-site bar, a buzz-worthy lineup of new releases and indie films, and meals delivered to your theater seat.
hours Closed Today
location 2550 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA phone +1 415-549-5959 website directions Get Directions
Google Reviews
Lovely building a little bit away from the hustle of downtown. Went here for a games event but it would also be a great place to enjoy a film. They serve you food and drink at your seat. We had pepperoni pizza and fries, which I can recommend. The bar is also really good. There is a ramp into the building and accessible seats to the rear of the screen we sat in. Staff were friendly and we had a great time.
Lizi Attwood · March 21, 2018
Large and clean theatre with a ton of drink selection. Watched a private viewing for a Marvel film here and had a few cocktails - very good quality. Sometimes the staff has to walk through the room in front of you, but other than that, it's a great spot for movies, drinks, and food. Sliders were good, old fashions tasted on point, and lots of popcorn! Corporate events are great if you rent out the room.
Albert K · April 16, 2018
This place is a hoot! When booking a film here keep in mind this theatre is more of a restaurant that plays a film while you're there. You can order anything from craft cocktails to deep fried pickles and the milkshakes are awesome! I found it really distracting to have a bunch of servers running around the theater to pick up orders and drop off food, but if you're going to see the film a second time or with a group of friends this would only add to the fun! There's also a hip bar just beyond where you pick up your tickets which is the perfect place to grab a drink before the movie 😉
Aeriol Greene · April 1, 2018