pavillion theatre, brooklyn, new york. 61 likes. movie theater. jump to. bathrooms are slippery. but, its all that is left in park slope. i'm surprised no developer has purchased some area near 3rd ave/ canal to open an awesome modern multiplex to the pavilion can no longer be the only option. warning law suit heading to supreme justice
the theatres are nice, theatre 6 the sighlines are poor. theatres 1 and 2 look the best and theatre 5 has 4 long rows, close to the screen that was the pavilion ad on theatre before it closed . i posted some photos of the auditoriums. when in theatres 4 and 6, the bathrooms are a couple of flights downstairs.
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the pavilion theater's patrons can find places to park in the area. don't feel like driving? public transportation is right around the corner, with available stops at 15 st. - prospect park f, g and 7 ave. f, g . at night at the movies is a night to remember. make it one at the pavilion theater.
nitehawk cinema bigwigs are opening the historic pavilion theater theyve been renovating for years on sunday to members of a park slope civic group, who will screen the movie houses debut flick ahead of its looming grand opening to the public.
seven theater spaces are being retained, with a seating capacity of 650. all of the theaters will be ada accessible. photos by susan de vries related stories. enter the park slope pavilion theaters secret back room, in all its animal print strangeness; williamsburgs nitehawk cinema courts park slopes pavilion theater
the pavilion theater in park slope, brooklyn, is to close and be converted to nitehawk prospect park, a dinner-and-a-movie house. credit santiago mejia/the new york times
the pavilions stained glass roof. photo: paul matinka generations of families, concert-goers, and picnickers made memories at the pavilion, councilmember brad lander said in a statement. he credited the work of the prospect park alliance, former speaker melissa mark-viverito and the rest of the brooklyn delegation for making it happen.
the landmarked movie house is scheduled to reopen next winter, and in the meantime is engaging local cinephiles by displaying a series of brooklyn film inspired haikus on its marquee. the sanders theatre, which closed in 1978, reopened in 1996 as the pavilion, which expanded from three to nine screens in 2000.
a little bit of brooklyn has been saved. park slope's pavilion theater will become nitehawk cinema's 2nd location which purchased the park slope building housing the pavilion theater, will
the 1920s movie house at 188 prospect park west has had a bumpy road towards rejuvenation. opened in 1928 as the sanders theater, it operated until 1978. the theater moldered until 1995 when it reopened as the pavilion.
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ignorant managers, staff even dumber park slope pavilion is the worse movie theater in nyc. i felt in danger the last time i was there in march. satff and patrons do what ever they want including talk loudly throughout the entire movie. i complained to an usher and he actually laughed at me. the concession people were obviuosly stealing.