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Word is that this theater, one of the two “art” venues in Providence, is on the verge of closing. But as attendance at a recent screening of RBG showed there is a market for quality “small” films. It would be a loss.
A nice art house cinema that show offbeat films, including animation, foreign, and children's movies. You can eat there and they serve beer.
The seating consists of comfy couches for two and more typical seating.
A fun time.
The folks here were very friendly and helpful. Served up a great meatball panini while we were waiting for film to begin. Self serve popcorn a nice touch. Comfortable couches in an intimate setting for viewing a movie. Would recommend to anyone. Either to eat...More
The was part of the tour of Rhode Island School of Design by our grandson who attends as a grad student.
Very historic theater, very comfortable seating. Theater is also utilized by RISD for some classes.
Enjoyed a spinach and brie pannini. Delicious combination for...More
A gem. Even priced cheaper than the typical cinemas.
Friendly staff; clean theatre (no sticky furniture or floors); and good selection of treats including draft beer, sandwiches, bagels, coffees, and popcorn - the latter is refill as many times as you like and you season...More
I stumbled in here to take in a movie during a couple of free hours and could not have been happier. Great staff, lovely movie, nice space and - when I got out of the movie - I had a delicious sandwich! If I ever...More
This place is very cool and different from any classic café. It's got its own cinema, and cinema themed locals. The panini they serve is fantastic! Only draw back is my wish for a more enthusiastic and friendly staff.
I have been going to the Cable Car Cinema since the '80's. It is an art house cinema, playing the lesser known, low budget independent films. Many of the films also have an international flavor.
Before the show you can grab a little something to...More