Sundance Kabuki Cinema
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Sundance Kabuki Cinema information
Cinema-going at its best. Reserve a stadium seat, belly up to the bar, and order wine and surprisingly good food to enjoy during the film. A multiplex initiative by Robert Redford's Sundance Institute, Kabuki features big-name flicks and festivals – and it's green, with recycled-fiber seating, reclaimed-wood decor and local chocolates and booze. Validated parking available.
Note: expect a $1.50 to $3 surcharge to see a movie not preceded by commercials.