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The Tower Theatre

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May 14, 2020
Built in 1938, the Tower Theatre is a Sacramento landmark that is the oldest remaining, continuously running picture palace. Located in the heart of the Broadway District, The Tower has had the honor to showcase some of Sacramento’s finest local filmmaker premieres by hosting Colin Hank’s ALL THINGS…
October 2, 2019
Old school movie seating with a nice bar. Independent films shown here.
September 20, 2019
Great spot for independent or foreign movies (among others). It's old but charming, and we always grab a post-movie bite at the adjoining Tower Cafe (this place gets packed at brunch and prime time dinner hour, but is calmer after an evening movie).
April 5, 2019
It started as an outlier, a neighborhood theater showing second-run films that had premiered weeks earlier in first-run movie houses on downtown’s glittering K Street. Seventy-five years later, the Tower Theatre stands as the center of foreign and independent cinema in Sacramento.
Deborah And Daniel
Deborah And Daniel
December 5, 2018
Built in 1938. It is a Sacramento landmark. The Tower cafe, next door, has wonderful outdoor dining.

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“An abundant local co-op grocery offering a wide variety of natural foods and standard goods as well as prepared meals including a deli, hot bar, gelato, pastries and coffee. Indoor and outdoor first come first serve seating is available.”
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2508 Land Park Drive
Sacramento, California 95818
Telefon+1 916-442-0985