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The films at cinamatique are always interesting. You won't find these films in the other neighborhood theaters. You can order food and the popcorn is reasonable..its a non profit theater so you're never ripped off at the concession. The only negative is that I find...More
This is a wonderful little theater! We attended on a Sunday afternoon for Jazz Sunday during a week visit to the area. It was great. Super comfortable chairs, couches and directors chairs. It only holds 60 or so. Very intimate. It felt like a private...More
Whenever we visit the area, this is one place that we always return to. An old-time movie arthouse that's mostly run by volunteers. It's never disappointed us with the movie selections, the Improv Troupe and now Sunday Jazz. That's one of the things that makes...More
We went twice while in the area, as we were missing our arthouse movies and were looking for something interesting to see. We lucked out and saw the Oscar Nominated Live Action Shorts one day, and then the Documentary Shorts today. Theater is small and...More
This is a smaller market - and I guess for its size, the troupe of 5 was pretty good. We did laugh a lot, and the space and chairs were comfortable. You can't argue with the $5 admission fee either. It's a nice PG-rated show...More
Awesome movie in an intimate setting. My wife and son loved their sandwich. I thought the Empanada was ok. The whole idea and environment was FUN. I’d do it again. It is located in a cool area of Daytona where there are bars, shopping and...More
Easily over missed ! ! !
While strolling down Beach St just checking out stuff we came across outdoor tables but just missed being able to check out the Cafe as it closed.
While looking at the Menu we noticed posters in the window announcing...More
Response from Chickadee40 | Reviewed this property |
Pricing is super reasonable. We paid $10 each for the Sunday Jazz Concert. IPA beers and wine were $3/glass. Both were name brands. Food was also reasonably priced. The cheese plate was only a few bucks and was huge.