Untitled Document
Untitled Document

Kansas City's Best Movie Theatres

KC Entertainment
Kansas City's Best Movie Theatres

Union Station Extreme Screen

Housed in the historic and grand Union Station, a fitting location for the biggest and most high-tech theater in the region. Winter 2013 marked the debut of the $400,000 renovation for this theater, the biggest screen in the region offering a real 3D experience. If you're all about special effects and epic films, this is the place to be


Untitled Document

Lisa Dawes, Wine Consultant

With over 25 years in the Wine & Spirits Industry, I know how to bring value in the purchasing and selection of Wine and Spirits to Restaurants, Hotels and Retail. I specialize in the following services, Restaurant Development, Wine Education, Beverage Development, Wine Dinners, Wine List Development, Menu Development, Brand Management, Staff Training, Menu Editing, Menu Creation & Design, Wine Tastings, Complete Schematics by Regions.
Email Lisa: Lisa@PinnacleChoiceWines.com or Call: 310.918.2502

PinnacleChoiceWines.com
Pinnacle Choice Wines

Alamo Drafthouse

The historic downtown movie theatre opened as the Alamo Drafthouse fall of 2012 and in less than a year it is a popular destination for a night on the town. My husband and I recently enjoyed a film at the Alamo and the theater lived up to its reputation. You walk into the gorgeous theater with famous movie quotes decorating the floor and a cool retro vibe throughout. Guests select their seat when purchasing tickets (we found row 3 to be too close, row 4 was just right).

Kansas City's Best Movie Theatre

Kansas City's Best Movie Theatre

Boulevard Drive-In Theatre

Double-feature drive-in movies at a classic, family-friendly venue with a snack bar & a playground. The Boulevard leads the way in digital technology, and was the first drive in theater in the world to install digital sound tune to 89.7FM. We pride ourselves in having the best presentation of any drive in theater anywhere, in fact, it is probably better than most inside theatres.


Untitled Document