The theater building is gorgeous and it is easy to see that a lot of thought went into the design and that corners weren't cut. The lobby is well done and there is a grand curving staircase to the second level. It's a very long staircase. The prices are reasonable and the facility draws a lot of seniors. So what is the only rather small restroom on the second floor with a smallish, mediocre arcade? There is a small service elevator to the second floor only for seniors and handicapped patrons. The second level is kind of a ridiculous wage of space. The architect should have left it out and put the restrooms on the first floor with the money saved. If I need to use the restroom during a movie, I don't want it to take twenty minutes to get there and back. If this was an oversight, it's a stunning one. If they did it on purpose, it's worse. There are fourteen theaters! Why a second ground floor bathroom wasn't included is baffling. How city planners allowed is troubling. This rating should have been a five, but this blunder marred the experience. Get there early and use the restroom before the show so you don't miss half the movie.
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