Alamo Drafthouse New Mission Theater
2550 Mission Street, San Francisco
(On Mission between 22nd and 21st Streets)
Located two blocks from the 24th Street BART Station and along the 14 and 14R Muni lines

Browse Films at Alamo Drafthouse

The Roxie Theater
3117 16th Street, San Francisco
(On 16th between Valencia and Guerrero Streets)
Located one block from the 16th Street BART Station and along the 14, 14R and 22 Muni lines

Browse Films at Roxie Theater

About Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
Cold beer, hot movies, and delicious snacks and meals; The Alamo Drafthouse is dinner, drinks, movies and events, all under one roof. Their attention to detail in film presentation and programming has made them a second home to movie fans all over the planet and earned accolades from the likes of Entertainment Weekly (#1 theater in America), Wired.com (Coolest Movie Theater in the World) and Fandango.com (One of the Best Theaters in the Country).

About the Roxie Theater
The Roxie is the oldest continuously operated cinema in the United States, and the second oldest in the world. Opening its doors in 1909, the Roxie, over the course of 106 years, has been home to virtually every aspect of cinema. It continues to shine in the San Francisco community as a beacon of unwavering independence, originality, and integrity. Guided from the start by crazy visionaries who pursued dreams over profit, the Roxie strives to keep the weird and wonderful alive in San Francisco.