Lakeshore Cinema Cafe
1118 Washington Street,
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The Mikadow Theatre was opened in 1916 and originally had a seating capacity of 800. It was designed by Milwaukee architect Stanley F. Kadow. It was equipped with a 3Manual Moller theatre pipe organ. The theatre burnt down in 1956.
It was rebuilt to the plans of architect Sylvester Schmidt, with a seating capacity for 640, reopening in January 1957.
In 2002, Get Reel Inc. purchased this former theatre back from the church that was operating it. Tables adjoin theatre seats, so you can enjoy homemade pizza, sandwiches and appetizers, which can be ordered and will be brought to you while you enjoy the movie.
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