New Beverly Cinema
Fly the Dream
Don a flight suit (you may as well), and strap into one of seven F-16 flight simulators. Take the 10-minute lesson then engage in a...
There's nothing quite like this street corner occupied with a pack rat's extravagance. Not to mention more than a few Instagram photo ops.
Mas Vidal, a former sprinter and longtime yogi, has been the force behind one of LA’s most authentic Hatha Yoga habitats for nearly a...
Acme Comedy Theatre
Not the most famous sketch-comedy theater, but big names such as Adam Corolla, Joel McHale and Russell Brand have appeared on stage.
M Café de Chaya
Place your order at the counter then grab a spot at one of the tightly packed two tops at this bright but narrow eatery where the...
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New Beverly Cinema information
Serious filmophiles and megaplex foes put up with the worn seats and musty smell of this beloved double-feature revival house that started out as a vaudeville theater in the '20s and went porno in the '70s.
In 2007 Quentin Tarantino, who has been coming to this cinema since 1982, held the world premiere of Grindhouse here, shortly before the cinema’s longtime owner passed away suddenly. Then, with the cinema on the verge of closure, Tarantino bought it just to keep the doors open. ‘It was going to be turned into a Super Cuts,’ he said.