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Pacific Place

Map & Directions 600 Pine St.
Seattle, WA 98101
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Garage


Seattle Weekly's Description

The multiplex is located at the fourth level of downtown's Pacific Place mall, famed for its cheap, ample parking in the garage below. Beer and wine are available in the lobby. Most titles are projected in digital, and the number of trailers projected before each show is usually contained to about 15 minutes.

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  • David S. on 12/04/10

    Great place to watch a Screener, just get there early or you may lose a chair.

  • Quoc T. on 01/23/11

    Don't forget to silence your phone after checking-in to 4sq!

  • Stephen T. on 04/28/10

    Do not watch anything in 3D here. The price of admission alone is highway robbery

  • Devon D. on 03/19/11

    This theatre serves wine beer and cocktails!!!! Woot!!!!

  • Zlata Z. on 10/10/10

    $6 movies before noon

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