Bethesda Row Cinema

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7235 Woodmont Avenue, Bethesda, MD, USA

Bethesda Row Cinema Reviews

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Great theater for Indy films Nov 07, 2010
The Bethesda Row Cinema is a small, but popular theater in downtown Bethesda. It is part of the Landmark theaters. It has been there since 2002 and has 8 small stadium-seat theaters.

They always have a great and rotating selection of films; there is pretty something there for everyone-foreign fils, indy movies, documentaries, etc. The theater has an espresso bar that sells locally produced baked goods in addition to the traditional concession items.

Parking in the immediate vicinity of the Bethesda Row Cinema can be difficult during the week and on Saturdays. Sundays are free. There are four major parking lots. The lot located directly atop the theatre is open Monday through Friday from 6:00pm to 11:00pm, Saturday from 9:00am to 1:00am, and Sunday from 9:00am (or after the Farmers' Market) to 8:00pm. The parking rate is $5.00 all night. Entry is off Elm Street and there is no limit on exit time.

There are two outdoor lots across the street from the theatre and one large parking garage between Woodmont and Arlington on Bethesda Avenue. The small lots have very few 9-hour to 15-hour meters, and they fill up very quickly and space is limited. These meters are silver, as opposed to the blue, dark gray and copper ones which range from 30 minutes to 2 hours. In the large parking garage between Woodmont and Arlington the first two levels (G-1 and 1) have 2-hour meters, while levels 2 through 5 have 15-hour meters. Parking is free in the lots on Saturday and Sunday, while street parking is free Sunday only.

Once you are done at the theater or before you go see your movie, you can visit Georgetown cupcake, grab some ice cream, or dine in the neighborhood.
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