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Street Food Cinema to Host Screening at Grand Central Market & Million Dollar Theater This Feburary

January 12, 2016 by Brian Champlin

Street Food Cinema 2015 was undoubtedly one of the largest summer event series to hit Los Angeles last year. But the thing about summer events is, well, they only take place during summer.

For fans who just can’t wait for next season to start, there’s a nifty special edition of SFC coming to Grand Central Market and the Million Dollar Theater on February 13 with a 25th anniversary screening of Silence of The Lambs.

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Here’s the deal:

Before the show you’ll be able to stop by GCM and purchase food from an amazing list of vendors that includes Ana Maria, Belcampo Meat Co., Bombo, DTLA Cheese, Horse Thief, La Tostaderia, Olio Pizzeria, Sarita’s Pupuseria, Sticky Rice, and my personal favorite, Tacos Tumbras a Tomas.

Grand Central Market in Los Angeles

Grand Central Market in downtown. Credit: Heather Harvey via flickr

You can then bring your grub with you inside the Million Dollar Theater located next door where you can enjoy meal, snap pics at a Hannibal Lecter photo booth and listen to a DJ spinning tunes until the feature presentation starts.

Advance tickets for the screening are $20 for regular admission and $25 for VIP. Cash at the door prices are listed as $25 for regular, $30 for VIP.

There is also currently a discount offer on Goldstar (affiliate) for $11 admission with fees while supplies last, so if you buy early you can probably save around $5 or $6.

What: Street Food Cinema screens Silence of the Lambs at the Million Dollar Theater

When: Saturday February 13, 2016. Doors open at 6:00pm, movie starts at 8:00pm.

Where: Grand Central Market & The Million Dollar Theater in Downtown Los Angeles.

The organizers suggest lot on 308 South Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013. $6 per car.

Keep in mind there’s a nearby Metro stop at Pershing Square Station that connects to the Red and Purple Lines, so public transit is heartily encouraged.

Enjoy!

 

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