Whether you're a fan of science fiction or comedy, a visit to the theater is sure to leave you feeling excited and inspired. The next time you're looking for a fun way to spend an evening with friends or someone special, check out one of these top movie theaters in Bradenton and Sarasota.
Guests love the soft, comfortable reclining seats at Regal Oakmont 8, as well as the 4K projectors and Dolby digital sound, which make for a state-of-the-art viewing experience. Regal Oakmont regularly offers matinee screenings of kids' films for only $6.50 per person, and on Saturday, December 10 at 10:30 a.m., you can catch the animated film Moana with sensory-friendly options like lower sound and dimmer lights. Reserve your seats online at Fandango today!
This newly remodeled theater offers RealD 3D technology and stadium seating for the ultimate viewing experience. Order some bar food or a beer at the on-site sports bar, and carry it into the theater to enjoy as you watch your movie. If you prefer soft drinks, try using the Coca-Cola Freestyle machine with than 100 different choices to create your own beverage. If you're a fan of the classics, stop in on Sunday, November 27 or Wednesday, November 30 to see Breakfast at Tiffany's on the big screen.
Operated by the Sarasota Film Society, this local cinema aims to bring thought-provoking, independent movies to the Sarasota area. The six modern auditoriums, on-site cafe, and scenic views make for an enjoyable film watching experience whether you're a critic or a casual movie-goer. Films coming soon include Mia Madre, which opens on Friday, November 25 and Sing opening on Wednesday, December 21. Star Wars fans will love Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, which opens on Friday, December 16.
CineBistro Southgate makes watching a movie a truly luxurious experience. Lean back in a roomy, high-back leather chair, and enjoy full-service dining while you watch your film. The bistro menu includes delicious options like ahi tuna ceviche, wagyu beef sliders, and ribeye steaks. You can purchase tickets online at a cost of $15.50 per adult, but note that proper identification is required for all movies beginning after 6 p.m., as only adults ages 21 and older are admitted to these showings.
What’s your favorite movie theater in the area? Fill us in using the comments below!