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Big Picture Redmond

Map & Directions 7411 166th Ave. N.E.
Redmond, WA 98052


Seattle Weekly's Description

Like its sister location in Belltown, Big Picture offers a classy cinema atmosphere for adults. This small, 21 and older theater promises no screaming child will disrupt your movie watching experience. A comfortable lounge with luxurious couches, pool tables, a full bar, and a menu offering popcorn served in champagne buckets are some of the highlights here. In the viewing room, recliner-style captain's chairs are comfy and cozy--even more so when you order a cocktail right to your seat. This little movie house makes a great date or girl's night out.

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  • Michael P. on 07/28/12

    Well worth the extra price. Adults only, cocktails and $6 popcorn.

  • Amy J. on 05/02/12

    Better seating arrangement than iPic

  • Dave F. on 12/30/11

    A great place for a milestone birthday party - rent the whole facility.

  • Dave F. on 12/30/11

    The Bogart is exceptional.

  • Michelle G. on 08/28/11

    You can order drinks to be delivered during the movie!

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