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Robinson Film Center

Robinson Film Center

Address: 617 Texas St, Shreveport, LA 71101, United States

Phone: (+1 ) 318-459-4122

Website: http://www.robinsonfilmcenter.org/

City: Louisiana

Country: United States

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Glenn Dowden Glenn Dowden
Shared publicly - October, 6
Saturday was a great experience. We were able to make a late reservation. Once we arrived we did not have to wait long. We were seated and our orders were taken. Serve was a little slow, but the great food and free drinks compensated for it. Moo

E.J's Tasting and Reviews E.J's Tasting and Reviews
Shared publicly - August, 7
I really love this place. My husband and I went there for date night.The food was great,And great service. Only thing I didn't like was walking the stairs. I think they should accommodate people with disabilities.Not sure why the elevator was blocked.

Shared publicly - May, 9
First time catching a movie here (The Northman) and was pleasantly surprised with the theater. Comfortable yet older style seats, clean, friendly staff. Will definitely be taking in future shows there.

Will Irvine Will Irvine
Shared publicly - October, 7
Good place to see movies that sometimes don't make it to the normal theater runs. Popcorn is more healthy than standard theaters, so you might not like that part. ;). Just have them saturate it with butter and Tony's and it's delicious.

83 Thane 83 Thane
Shared publicly - October, 6
Cool old vibe feeling to it. Nice people and very good popcorn. Drink sizes are amazing btw, small is like a medium, medium is like a large, and the large is like an xxl at other places.

Lauren Anderson Lauren Anderson
Shared publicly - May, 9
They do not serve food & drink on Sunday, in their restaurant, Abby Singer's; and, I think that they are closed Mondays. It's nice to order drinks and see some good movies. Their popcorn and popcorn bar is lovely. Hanging out on the balcony upstairs is wonderful. I am looking forward to Book Club returning.

Blake Von Lee Blake Von Lee
Shared publicly - June, 8
Nice theater and great restaurant. Food is amazing. The films they show are unique to the area. Glad to have it here. But I really miss the monthly cult movie screenings that was the "Friday Night Freakout". That to me made the theater.

Emil Skinner Emil Skinner
Shared publicly - July, 8
One of Shreveport’s best features with lots of history. Support indie film centers.

Gordon Clark Gordon Clark
Shared publicly - October, 6
Very cool Indie Movie venue with a restaurant and Bar on the second floor. Food is good. I don't recommend the Chicken fried steak, but other options are good. I encourage people to support this type of Venue, I travel a lot and this is a cool place to have in your City. It's unusual to find a place like this in a City this size.

Ken Walling Ken Walling
Shared publicly - October, 7
Wonderful locally owned business! Featuring Major Hollywood movies as well as supporting local artist! Also Abby Singer's Bistro, great food and a nice bar! Very nice employees, very clean and many special events! Just enjoyed, International Cinema Series, Agave:The Spirit of a Nation! With ticket very enjoyable dinner and tequila tasting! Very nice to carry someone to dinner and a movie(date night)! Highly Recommend!

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