Movies in San Francisco CA
Your Guide to Movies in San Francisco CA
There are plenty of options for movie theaters in San Francisco, CA. Like many prominent US cities, the biggest movie theater chains in the area include the top three – AMC, Regal, and Cinemark. Most of these theaters have reclining seats and offer food options beyond popcorn and candy.
San Francisco also has a few Landmark Theatre locations, Alamo Drafthouse, and some independents. Discount movie theaters and drive-ins, like Westwind, are also scattered throughout the city. We’re spotlighting some of the best movie theaters in San Francisco, but also providing an entire list of cinemas below with website links so you can find showtimes and buy tickets right now.
A Glimpse at San Francisco Cinemas
AMC Metreon 16 – This theater is located in the Metreon shopping center near downtown San Francisco. It offers a variety of food options as well as reclining seats.
Regal Stonestown Twin – This theater is also located in the Stonestown Galleria near San Francisco’s west side. It offers food options and reclining seats.
Cinemark Century 16 – This theater is located near the Shoreline Amphitheater. It offers a variety of food options and reclining seats.
AMC Kabuki 8 – This theater is located in the Japantown area of San Francisco. It offers food options and reclining seats.
Discount Movie Theaters
Some theaters, like the Regal UA Berkeley 7 in Berkeley and the Century Laguna 16 in South San Francisco, have dedicated discount days or movie clubs with special pricing on tickets and concessions.
West Wind Drive-Ins
There are also a few drive-in movie theaters in the San Francisco area. These include the West Wind Capitol Drive-in Theatre in San Jose and the West Wind Solano Drive-In Theatre in Concord. Drive-Ins are also discount theaters. Tickets are typically under $10 per person and West Wind charges just a few bucks for kids.
Bay Area Movie Theatres
|Movie Theater in the Bay Area||Address||City||Website|
|Alamo Drafthouse Cinema||2550 Mission St||San Francisco||https://drafthouse.com/sf|
|Amc Kabuki 8||1881 Post St||San Francisco||https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/san-francisco/amc-kabuki-8|
|Amc Metreon 16||135 4th St Ste 3000||San Francisco||https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/san-francisco/amc-metreon-16|
|Amc Theaters||1000 Van Ness Ave||San Francisco||http://www.amctheatres.com|
|Amc Theatres||13543 4th St #3000||San Francisco||https://www.amctheatres.com|
|Balboa Theater||3630 Balboa St||San Francisco||https://www.cinemasf.com|
|Castro Theatre||429 Castro St||San Francisco||http://castrotheatre.com|
|Century 12 San Mateo||320 East 2nd Avenue||San Mateo||https://www.cinemark.com/california-bay-area/century-12-san-mateo|
|Century Cinema 16||1500 N Shoreline Blvd||Mountain View||https://www.cinemark.com/theatres/ca-mountain-view/century-cinema-16|
|Century San Francisco Centre 9 and XD||845 Market Street||San Francisco||https://www.cinemark.com/theatres/ca-san-francisco/century-san-francisco-centre-9-and-xd|
|Cgv Cinemas||1000 Van Ness Ave||San Francisco||http://cgvcinemas.com|
|Cgv San Francisco 14||1000 Van Ness Ave||San Francisco||http://cgvcinemas.com|
|Cinema Seven||895 Ofarrell St||San Francisco||http://www.ofarrell.com|
|Cinemark Theaters||1010 Post St||San Francisco||http://www.cinemark.com|
|Cinemas Sf||695 Connecticut St||San Francisco||http://www.sflatinofilmfestival.org|
|Embarcadero Center Cinema||1 Embarcadero Ctr||San Francisco||https://www.landmarktheatres.com|
|Foreign Cinema||2534 Mission St||San Francisco||http://foreigncinema.com|
|Fort Mason Flix - Pop Up Drive-In||2 Marina Blvd||San Francisco||https://fortmason.org/event/fort-mason-flix-2021/|
|Imax||135 4th St||San Francisco||https://www.imax.com|
|Landmark Theatres||601 Van Ness Ave||San Francisco||https://www.landmarktheatres.com/san-francisco/opera-plaza-cinema|
|Lee Neighborhood Theatres||2200 Clement St||San Francisco||http://lntsf.com|
|Little Roxie||3125 16th St||San Francisco||http://www.roxie.com|
|Marina Theatre||2149 Chestnut St||San Francisco||http://lntsf.com|
|Phoenix Theatre||414 Mason St Ste 601||San Francisco||http://www.phoenixtheatresf.org|
|Presidio Theatre||2340 Chestnut St||San Francisco||http://lntsf.com|
|Proxy - Outdoor Cinema||432 Octavia St||San Francisco||http://proxysf.net/events|
|Regal Stonestown Galleria||3251 20th Ave||San Francisco||https://www.regmovies.com/theatres/regal-stonestown-galleria-screenx-4dx-rpx/1464#/|
|The Clay Theatre San Francisco||2261 Fillmore St||San Francisco||http://www.landmarktheatres.com/san-francisco/clay-theatre|
|The Independent||628 Divisadero St||San Francisco||http://www.independentsf.com|
|The Roxie Theater||3125 16Th St||San Francisco||http://www.roxie.com/about/contact|
|The Vogue||3290 Sacramento Street||San Francisco||https://www.voguemovies.com/|
|West Wind Capitol Drive-In||3630 Hillcap Ave||San Jose||https://www.westwinddi.com/locations/capitol?date=03/21/2022|
|West Wind Solano Drive-In||1611 Solano Way||Concord||https://www.westwinddi.com/Locations/Solano|
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Frequently Asked Questions
in addition to AMC, Regal, and Cinemark, the Bay area also has Alamo Drafthouse, Landmark Theaters, Westwind Drive-Ins, and other independent venues.
The Roxie is a Vintage movie theater, dating back to 1912. While it provides virtual cinema, we recommend visiting in person for an authentic experience. Instead of new releases, The Roxie is the place to go for Indy films, shorts, and unique screenings.
Yes. West Wind has a few drive-ins – in San Jose and Concord. There are also The Proxy Outdoor Cinema and pop-up outdoor screenings.
Every time you turn around, another movie theater is expanding its service to include full meals and cocktails. But Alamo Drafthouse is a pioneer in the industry, opening its first dine-in movie theater in Austin, Texas in 1997. Alamo Drafthouse theaters have tables that line each row with little mini lights so you can order up those warm chocolate chip cookies midway through the flick. Full meals and drinks are delivered right to your seat.