The Alamo Drafthouse is dinner, drinks, movies and events, all under one roof. Our attention to detail in film presentation and programming has made us a second home to movie fans all over the planet.
We have zero tolerance for talking or cell phone use of any kind during movies, and we aren’t afraid to kick anyone rude enough to start texting their friends during a show right out of the theater.
We also take the same care with all of our food and drink offerings, and at every Alamo location you can find a strong core of casual dining options to accompany your movie. Cold beer and fine wines are on the menu at every location, with an emphasis on highlighting local breweries whenever possible.
Used & new book titles in English & Spanish offered at this welcoming bookstore with an art galler
Artists’ Television Access is a non-profit art gallery and screening venue in San Francisco’s Mission District in the United States of America
BrasArte at Casa de Cultura is your space to discover and celebrate the diversity of the Brasilian experience. For more information visit BrasArte.com .
Renovated 1920s theater hosting concerts, shows, dance performances & plays produced by women.
Festive store known for its colorful paper banners & other decorative Mexican goods.
The EastSide Arts Alliance & Cultural Center presents free youth art classes, cultural programming, public art projects, ongoing gallery exhibitions, community town halls, and the annual Malcolm X Jazz Arts Festival. We work with numerous organizations and community groups to present hundreds of events every year.
The Roxie Theater, a San Francisco landmark in the Mission District, brings people together to meet and connect through distinctive cinematic experiences. We provide inspiration and opportunity for the next generation, and serve as a forum for the independent film community reflecting the spirit of the diverse Bay Area population. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Salvation Army Community Center offering youth, senior, and homeless services.