Fourth DFW Alamo Drafthouse Announced

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Alamo Drafthouse Cinema DFW announces today that the fourth location of the Alamo Drafthouse in North Texas is in the Denton County Town of Little Elm. Alamo Drafthouse Little Elm will open in the first quarter of 2016. The theater plans to open in the newly developing, Main Marketplace at the northwest corner of Main Street and FM 423.

“Stepping into Denton County and being a part of the massive growth happening in Little Elm is very exciting. Additionally having an Alamo closer to UNT and TWU as well as landing in the same city with another great Austin-centric brand, Hula Hut, makes this the perfect combination. We can’t wait to open our doors to the community and put on Alamo-sized movies and events in Little Elm,” said Bill DiGaetano, COO/Owner Alamo Drafthouse Cinema DFW.  

Alamo Drafthouse Little Elm will be a state of the art location. Each of the eight auditoriums will be equipped with the latest in 4K digital projection, precise screen-size-to-room ratio, and 7.1 Dolby Surround Sound. Select auditoriums will also feature 35mm projectors so fans can experience classic and repertory films as they were meant to be seen. In addition to the superior AV equipment, the layout of each theater eliminates the traditional front row, ensuring every seat in the house allows for an optimal viewing experience.

In addition to in-theater dining, Alamo Little Elm will feature a large lounge and all-weather patio offering an extensive menu of local draft and bottled beers, wine, cocktails and freshly made food. The lounge will offer patrons an inviting place to socialize whether they are waiting for a movie or simply coming to sample the made-from-scratch food, cocktails and craft beer.

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