Living Room Theaters: A Movie, A Glass of Wine and a Bite...All in one place

After a long day at work, the last thing you want to deal with is having to do uber planning in order to catch a movie.

If you like Independent Movies and Foreign Ones (you know the type with Subtitles) and want to be able to enjoy the film while sipping a glass of wine with a salad, a sandwich or some pastries, there is a place besides your own home .

The Living Room Theaters in Portland (Oregon) opened its doors just last month. It offers 6 small screening rooms with capacity of 40 and 60 people each and comfy seating.Living_room
Since they are all digital, movie makers can premiere their movie at the Living Room Theaters with ease.
Their restaurant and bar offers light fare and a number of wines by the glass as well as espresso and pastries.
If you want to enjoy a light meal and a glass of wine while watching your movie, order 30 minutes prior to show time.
You can also book their space for corporate or networking events.

Best of luck to Living Room Theaters.

I found out about them on Springwise.

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