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First time at one of these types of movie places. It was a great experience and would return. The service we received was too notch! However I gave it for stars because for 5 people movie tickets were $80 & food was little over priced.
Smaller screen than some of the other theaters, or least for a movie that has been out for a few week. My TV at home has better resolution but food served at your seat throughout the show. That includes snacks to meals plus beer, wine,...More
Canal Place used to be a great place to go to for a good independent movie. Now it is an overpriced theater with expensive food service. This place is a great example of the gentrification problem in New Orleans.
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