Known for the outspoken political commentary often gracing its marquee, the restored 1920s theater features a Wurlitzer organ performance before Friday and Saturday night screenings in its 900-seat auditorium.
Featuring a mix of first run films as well as a mix of independent, foreign, and classic films. Serving food, beer, and wine — delivered to your seat.
The new version of Oakland's beloved picture pizza pub for movies, food & drink, and good clean fun.
The rehabbed 1937 historic theater and megaplex has a certain charm about it, namely owed to its fifty-foot screen, balcony, and Art Deco architecture, courtesy of Timothy Pflueger.
A 16-screen theater with digital projection, stadium seating, and full ADA accessibility.
The Historic BAL Theatre is the East Bay’s home for family entertainment, special events, live music, comedy, magic, documentaries, lectures, sci-fi & horror films, foreign films, independent films, Spanish, classic films, and more.
The center’s features include indoor stargazing in the planetarium, outdoor viewing via telescope, IMAX-style movie screenings, after-school classes, and ongoing and rotating interactive exhibits.
Located in a converted 1920s building, the theater screens contemporary flicks while retaining an old-school charm.
Featuring the largest screen in Berkeley with 70mm capability, "The Cal" plays a mix of Hollywood favorites and edgy independent fare. Originally a live stage theatre built in 1913, the Cal is known for its Fleur de Lys motif.
The oldest operating movie theatre in the city of Oakland, the Piedmont Theatre opened its doors in 1917. From its earliest days showing silent films through the studio era to today's eclectic mix of independent, art-house and Hollywood fare, the Piedmont has long been a mainstay of the community.
A full-service auction house that appraises and sells antiques and fine art. Michaan's also has a large theater that's available for rental.