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We took a day- trip to SB. One of the activities we planned to do was to watch a silent film at Arlington Theater.
First of all the theater is beautiful. It had the old theater charm.
Second the organ that accompanied the silent film...More
We went to the Arlington to see the new Mission Impossible. Really good movie but oh my gosh what a disappointment!! There website brags about their new food menu and beer choices. HAH! The food was so BAD!! I asked to see the manager because...More
Historic big place, pretty run down, but a very nice experience when they fill it up. A Venue for lots of special shows. If there is one that for you, you “must” go. There even an alcohol serving bar thats part if it, though off...More
This review is most belated but none the less heartfelt. In March of this year, while enjoying lengthy and leisurely stay in Santa Barbara my wife and I decided one evening to go to the movies at the Arlington. The next day, I realize I...More
We saw this performance with friends. It’s a beautiful Spanish style theatre. It was crowded. The drink were so so and the bar/lobby was very crowded. No place to stand. Employees were ok, could’ve been nicer, more accommodating.
The Arlington Theatre is just a beautiful building to see a performance especially in the evening. It feels so magical like you're being transported back in time.
One draw back is the small lobby. When people start coming in at the same time, it gets...More
Everything about this place is unique, from the front facade above the sidewalk on State Street to the lobby to the world within a world atmosphere inside the theater proper. I’ve seen opening nights of movies here, and it’s an ideal place for such an...More