Appetizers, sides and salads will run $6 to $14, while dinner boxes will range from $14 to $18.
The theater features a lounge area that will overlook the main auditorium where audiences can meet for a drink before or after a screening — or during, should the picture get a bit dreary.
The management promises plenty of ticket specials targeted at film lovers of all ages.
“Certain special-value programs that are in place include Student Tuesdays, when students enjoy a $9 discounted ticket and a free popcorn; Baby Boomer Thursdays, offering anyone 55 and over a $7 discounted ticket and free popcorn with a purchase of a drink; Wake Up at Angelika, when all shows Monday through Thursday before noon are only $6,” Ms. Cotter said.
Those with young families also will be welcome — a happy prospect for those wary of showing up to the theater with a crying baby in tow.
“Angelika sponsors a Cry Baby Matinee every Monday at 11 a.m., which is a select film from our regularly scheduled programming designed for parents with babies who want a worry-free day at the movies,” Ms. Cotter said. “We keep the lights up and the sound down for sleeping babies. This program has proven very successful at our other theaters.”
The Angelika is located near the Dunn-Loring Metro stop on the Blue and Orange lines and near Interstate 66, Interstate 495 and U.S. Route 50.
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