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After Hours (Fall/Winter 2011)

Ongoing

Nighttime is generally considered the right time for going to the movies. With the new series After Hours, Moving Image expands its schedule with an exciting slate of special screenings and events on weeknights, after the galleries are closed. After Hours includes preview screenings of major new movies, Pinewood Dialogues with important directors and actors, and screenings of outstanding current releases that are no longer in theaters. All programs take place in the main theater, one of the finest film venues in New York City. With After Hours, Moving Image becomes at once a world-class showcase for great cinema and a great neighborhood place for a night out.

After Hours Specials

Following the Museum’s program, audience members may take their ticket stubs to local restaurant partners for exclusive “After Hours Specials.” (Offer is good on day of screening only and may not be combined with other promotional offers.) Participating establishments include:

The Astor Room: Receive 20% off your entire bill. (The Astor Room also offers a Two-for-One Drink Happy Hour and $1.50 Pine Island Oysters daily from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.)

Five Napkin Burger: Receive a free “After Hours” cocktail or “Five Napkin Brew” with the purchase of any entrée. (Five Napkin Burger also offers a Slider Happy Hour, featuring $2 sliders and $4 drafts, from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. each weekday.)

Studio Square Beer Garden: Receive a free 1/2 liter of any beer with the purchase of a burger or sandwich from their Garden Grill. (Studio Square also offers a Two-for-One Drink Happy Hour from 3:00 to 8:00 p.m. each weekday.)

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