Portland Movie Theaters May Now Reopen Several Are Choosing Not To
On Friday, state officials upgraded Multnomah County’s coronavirus case status from “extreme” to “high” risk, allowing the return of some previously restricted indoor activities. Movie theaters, which had previously been shuttered completely, may reopen at 25% of their normal capacity, or with a 50-guest limit, whichever number is smaller. The Northwest Film Center will comply with any Federal or State health precautions that may be in place at the time of the event. This may include wearing a mask and/or social distancing.
Living Room Theaters, the small, Florida-based chain with a location in downtown Portland, which sent out showtime information hours after Gov. Kate Brown’s office announced the county’s upgraded guidelines. The Hollywood Theatre on Northeast Sandy Boulevard had shifted to private rentals before the surge in COVID-19 cases in the fall. In a statement, the theater says it will concentrate first on rescheduling postponed private rentals for subscription members.
NWFC members receive a $5 discount on each ticket purchased. In accordance with the recent mandate from Oregon Governor Kate Brown, masks are required during Open-Air Cinema at OMSI. Masks continue to be required for all staff and visitors at the Portland Art Museum, including Venice VR Expanded.
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They have a varied beer selection and all food and drinks are at very reasonable prices . Some of Portland’s best movie theaters offer cheap tickets. Star Cinema Grill is a Houston based dine-in-theater concept that offers our guests first run film releases, an extensive menu, and a full service bar with a wide selection of beer, wine and spirits. Cinema 21 started as a ‘20s-era, single-screen theater in Northwest Portland. Today, they have three screens and serve beer and wine along with art-house, foreign and classic films.