Downtown Tampa, on Franklin Street. A few blocks north of Kennedy.
This 80+ year old theate harkens to the days of movie palaces. You can spend an entire movie just looking at the ornate decorations covering nearly every cubic inch of this Grande Dame of theaters
BEFORE MOVIE:We meet on the mezzanine that overlooks the lobby and concession stands
AFTER MOVIE: We meet outside (the Theater is too congested when everyone is leaving), by the curb, directly across the street from the theater.
The Baywalk shopping area in downtown St. Pete. Around 2nd Ave N and 2nd Street.
One of my favorites in Tampa Bay. Beautiful inside with nice size screens.
As you enter, you will see a desk that has a sign reading "GUEST SERVICES" hanging over it.
On the far side of this service desk, you will see a chandelier that hangs under a blue dome
At Linebaugh and Anderson. Just off the Anderson Rd exit of the Veterans Expressway.
When taking into consideration whole network of highways that make up theTampa Bay Area, this theater is one the most centrally located. A nice selection of reasonably priced eateries share the plaza. We meet at the benches on the left, along the rope running through the lobby.