The Toker’s Guide to Seattle’s Best Theaters

And we haven’t even mentioned the thrill of watching stories unfold on the giant silver screen, some of which—like at Seattle’s two genuine IMAX theaters—are really giant!

So without further delay, here are our favorite Seattle-area theaters to check out when you’re ready to try watching movies high!

The Big Six: Our Favorite Cinemas for Watching Movies High

Boeing IMAX Theater

200 2nd Ave N (in Pacific Science Center), Seattle
(800) 664-8775
Housed in the Pacific Science Center, the Boeing Theater is one of Seattle’s two genuine IMAX screens. What does this actually mean? Well, here’s a little preview…the auditorium is six stories high and features 12,000 watts of surround sound. Come prepared to be blown away.

AMC Dine-In Seattle

4500 9th Ave NE, Seattle
(206) 633-0059
Do crispy Brussels sprouts or Korean BBQ bacon buns sound tempting? Turns out you can dine and watch a movie at this centrally-located Seattle cinema. Settling in for the long haul is mandatory here, with a kitchen, full bar, and even seat-side delivery options.

Big Picture Seattle

2505 1st Ave (at Wall St), Seattle
(206) 256-0566
This boutique offering wins high marks for its beautiful, well-maintained Seattle theater, fun amenities—including leather seats, Dolby Deluxe 7.1 surround sound, and seatside cocktail delivery—and irresistible special events. Bloody Mary Matinee? Sign us up!

Northwest Film Forum

1515 12th Ave (at Pike St), Seattle
(206) 329-2629
If independent, foreign, and obscure cinema are your thing, Northwest Film Forum (NFF) is pretty much mandatory. No, this isn’t the place for the latest blockbuster, but the setting is warm and intimate, the crowds are friendly, and the popcorn available with optional toppings like curry powder.

Egyptian Theatre

805 E Pine St (at Broadway), Seattle
(206) 781-5755
A true Seattle cinematic gem, this historic single-screen theater shows up-to-the-minute first-run movies and hosts special events for film lovers. Oh, and there’s alcohol served and monthly screenings of the cult classic “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” GET ON DOWN!!!

Cinerama

2100 4th Ave (at Lenora St), Seattle
(206) 448-6680
If big, splashy sci-fi and action movies are your thing, you have to check out this big and well-appointed movie palace. Voted “Seattle’s Best Movie Theater 2017” by the readers of Seattle Magazine, it’s loaded with fun snack options, newly upgraded seats, and all the technical wing-dings to give you a first-rate experience of watching movies high!

I’m sure we’ve all had an epic experience watching movies high. Reply in the comments below your most favorite movie to watch while high.

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