Photo of Laurelhurst Theatre in Portland, OR, US
Photo of Laurelhurst Theatre in Portland, OR, US
Photo of Laurelhurst Theatre in Portland, OR, US

Laurelhurst Theatre


Laurelhurst Theatre24.5
classic films • rows • movie • tickets

2735 E Burnside St
Portland, OR 97214, US
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  • Photo of Marie Cambet
    3 years ago
    Nice old movie theater. Some shops in that st
  • Photo of Dylan Mayorga
    4 years ago
    This place is the all-encompassing movie theatre. It has pizza, beer, wine, major Hollywood second-runs, independent movies, foreign films, documentaries, cult classics, and the occasional special film event
  • Photo of Earther1
    7 months ago
    Love all of the old theaters in Portland. Laurelhurst is no exception. I recently saw the film Baby Driver there. Although the screens are not as big as some of the smaller movie houses, they are definitely big enough to enjoy movies on the big screen. And probably the cheapest theater in town. Good pizza!
  • Photo of Timothy C
    a year ago
    First run and classic movies, good clientele, lots of craft beer taps, freshly baked pizza, pop corn of course, and cheap -- three bucks for the "honored citizen" set. Love the chalk board signs above the entrance to each movie. Also, lots of great restaurants within a block of the place to make for a great evening out.
  • Photo of tiredandtravelled
    Beautiful old theater. Watched a special showing of an older film. Good beverages, , pizza, popcorn, all reasonably priced. Parking next door at the clinic after hours and on Saturday and Sunday.
  • Photo of werthmeister
    2 years ago
    My wife and I like to go here to see first run movies that have just finished at the higher priced theaters. As seniors we get in for $3 a piece. The added attraction of the Laurelhurst is that you can also get a mircrobrew beer or a glass of wine and a slice of pizza. They also have wraps as well as your traditional popcorn. The Laurelhurst is has 4 small theaters and tables in each for your food and drinks. A great deal and great place to watch movies.
  • Photo of Prairiedog17
    2 years ago
    I have been to the Laurelhurst Theater dozens of times. It is a delightful place to see a second run movie with a beer and popcorn. The theater has been reworked into four screens. Most times there is a narrow table in front of your seat for your food and drinks. And the price is right. The problem is finding parking in the neighborhood as there is not a parking lot. I highly recommend the Laurelhurst theater.
  • Photo of RSNN
    2 years ago
    The Laurelhurst Theatre is one of the old movie houses that now shows second-run films. It was built in 1923 with and Art Deco design and has an old classic neon marquee. The tickets are cheap. They serve popcorn, pizza and have local microbrewed beer. The seats are at table-like rows where you can sit your food and drinks while you comfortably watch your film.
  • Photo of witchwizard1996
    2 years ago
    I love this neighborhood theatre. It's the best place to kick back and watch a second run movie for $4
  • Photo of Anže A
    3 years ago
    I always like to explore cinemas in the cities I traveled. This one was a nice surprise. Although I'm not a fan when it comes to food in cinemas I confess I did had a beer while watching the movie. It's super cheap for art house cinema in US, atmosphere is terrific and the beer they serve is also local (and delicious). My only remark is that the music from the lobby can be heard in the hall while watching the movie.
  • Photo of 1mightymouse
    3 years ago
    laurelhurst theatre is a small renovated cinema where in every three rows, the middle one had been taken out, replaced by high bench for food and drinks. what a great idea! needless to say food and drinks did brisk business. i enjoyed the sound quality and cosiness of the theatre, it was a gem of an experience for a visitor sheltering from a rainy day.
  • Photo of ecoast5
    3 years ago
    My wife and I went here on a Friday night to see a popular film. We spent $22 for two tickets, a large popcorn, a drink and two slices of pizza. It would have been $40 for the same at some major chain cinema. Plus this place is cool. They show classic films on a regular basis. Parking is tough, but it's Portland --- so walk or bike.
  • Photo of METRUN360
    4 years ago
    Went here on the first night of our recent stay in Portland as we were staying nearby ... the theater is beautifully renovated and the price is unbeatable ($8 per person for a movie, enormous slice of freshly prepared pizza (the pepperoni was excellent) and a half pitcher each of a local microbrew). Highly recommended ... also it seems most other McMenamin Brothers places are interesting as well.
  • Photo of Brettyboy
    4 years ago
    Beautiful vintage cinema, excellent value for money, great staff, can't praise enough!! They also show old movies which is great.
  • Photo of Gary W
    4 years ago
    Haven't been to this theater in years. It had been older neighborhood theater. Now it is hip neighborhood theater. Cheap movies. Eclectic mix of movies. Helpful staff. They serve beer and pizza, as well as other selections. The popcorn was good too.. We will be back!
  • Photo of moominface11
    4 years ago
    We were lucky enough to live round the corner from Laurelhurst Theatre when we lived in Portland. We ended up going there on a weekly basis because of the $4 tickets, the pizza by the slice, and the good beer. We watched so many good films at this theatre but we would suggest changing the films more frequently - we ran out of films to see in the end :-D Overall, we fell in love with this theatre and miss it now (cinema is so expensive in the UK in comparison!)
  • Photo of WalesTraveller
    4 years ago
    Very quaint cinema. For the bargain price of $3, we saw a great film which currently doesn't have a UK release date - good to see something that we can't get at home. Reasonably priced pizza slices and pints to enjoy during the film. It involved a bus journey across the river but it was worth it for the experience. Nice to support the local independents too.

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