Small town bay area theaters keep tradition alive

posted by CSWalczak on July 23, 2009 at 2:45 am

A recent article in the SF Chronicle highlighted the unique experience of seeing a movie in five classic theaters in cities in the Bay area. Mentioned, with pictures, are the Rio in Monte Rio, the Cameo in St. Helena, the Los Gatos, the Del Mar in Santa Cruz, and the Sebastiani in Sonoma.

In the spirit of loving films and the film-going experience, we’re here to celebrate destination theaters – movie houses in the Bay Area that require a long drive, and are definitely worth the trip.

Our ideal destination theater has interesting architecture, a rich history and a proximity to other entertainment options. A little bit quirky is a good thing, and so are attractive surroundings. We want to be able to take a long walk after the show and be able to discuss what the hell just happened in the latest “Star Trek” movie.

Read the full story in the San Francisco Chronicle.

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