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iPic Theaters

Map & Directions 16451 N.E. 74th St.
Redmond, WA 98052-7801
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425-636-5601

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This “upscale-on-a-small-scale” theater features a swanky, full-service bar called "Salt.” Within the screening room are comfy, high end recliners that offer food and drink service through an in-seat call button. Great food and a nice wine and beer selection round out this premium movie-going experience.

 
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  • Check out the British Pantry, including a British restaurant, a British grocery store, and a British pub! Don't forget the British steak pies!

  • Jerome V. on 06/23/11

    Compared to Tacoma, their public restrooms are defiantly better. Lols

  • KING 5 on 11/30/12

    Hope to see you for Home Team Harvest - our big food drive to benefit Northwest Harvest! Visit any of our Puget Sound locations this Saturday. #HTHarvest

  • Mona C. on 08/13/11

    Outdoor shopping at its best! :)

  • Samson N. on 08/01/11

    All the parking spaces in the outside lots (south of the mall) are ridiculously narrow. Spare your car some door dings and scratches, and park it in the garage, where the spaces are a little wider.

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