Bethesda Row Cinema
7235 Woodmont Avenue,
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Landmark’s Bethesda Row Cinema is within walking distance of the Metro’s Red Line stop at Bethesda.
The underground theatre, decorated with pea green walls opened May 3, 2002 as part of a new 140,000 square foot, midrise building. A towering, vintage style vertical sign lights up the night. There are a total of 1,600 seats in its eight auditoriums.
This was the 54th theatre Landmark opened in the United States. The Washington Post reported on September 16, 2002 that the Bethesda Row Cinema was doing so well that it was getting more customers than anywhere else in the Landmark chain. In 2004, Landmark opened its second multiplex in the region, the E Street, in downtown Washington, DC.
If you like arthouse and independent films, the Bethesda Row Cinema is a welcome alternative to the Regal multiplex just around the corner. This is a great cinema and has great staff. This theatre is completely state of the art with stadium seating and wall to wall screens.
The Bethesda Row Cinema was closed for a month from March 29, 2013, for a remodel, which will include a bar.
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