Bow-Tie Criterion Cinemas
86 Temple Street,
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Bow-Tie Cinemas (Official)
Operated by: Bow-Tie Cinemas
Architects: Rich Furman
News About This Theater
- Jan 16, 2009 — Bow Tie Cinemas to show Inauguration
- Oct 15, 2007 — Connecticut Film Fest, Take 2
- Dec 2, 2004 — Could Criterion Cinemas Spell The End Of York Square?
The centerpiece of Temple Square, located in the United Illuminating Building, Criterion Cinemas ushered in a new era in the presentation of first run art films in the city of New Haven when in opened in November 2004.
Criterion Cinemas' unique blend of luxury, state-of-the-art film presentation, dazzling glass marquee, stunning lobby, premium beer and wine bar and specially designed comfortable theater seating set a new standard for the cinema going experience.
Criterion Cinemas is designed to continue the tradition of style, luxury and elegance started by B.S. Moss at the original Criterion Theater in Times Square, known at its 1936 opening as “The Theater of Tomorrow”.
The Criterion expanded from five screens to seven, then and around 2010 another two screens were added. The theater features hot foods and a full bar.
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