Seattle Weekly Visits Cinebarre

The Seattle Weekly recently visited Cinebarre in Mountlake Terrace and has a review up on their web site:

Situated in a strip mall, next to an Office Depot and a urology clinic, Cinebarre replaced the old Mountlake 9, previously operated by Regal, the nation’s largest movie exhibitor. The industry rule at work is: If you open a new multiplex with raked seating, multiple snack bars, and a 3-D screen or two, you’ve got to close the old, threadbare, sticky-floored survivor nearby. AMC’s Alderwood 16 now dominates lower Snohomish County, and Regal’s abandoned box was taken over by Cinebarre, a small North Carolina company that’s now expanded to six locations nationwide.

Read the rest at the Seattle Weekly.

Also check out some of the photos from the photographer here.

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