Flicks Al Fresco
Southtown eatery breaks out the popcorn and big screen for weekly outdoor movie night
Miss going to the movies? Southtown's The Good Kind and Slab Cinema have teamed up to give you a film fix, safely and with social distancing in mind.
They're hosting a weekly outdoor summer movie series called "Noir Monday" in The Good Kind's garden lounge, complete with popcorn and craft cocktails available from the bar. You can also order from the full kitchen menu, which includes bar food, salads, sandwiches, and fresh market bowls.
All seating is ticketed to respect social distancing while still allowing for adequate viewing of the giant blow-up screen, provided by Slab Cinema and Blue Star Arts Complex. One seat costs $6, two are $12, or you can reserve a 4-top table for $22.
This week's feature film will be Rudolph Maté’s 1950 thriller D.O.A., showing Monday, June 22. All films starts at dusk, and the upcoming film screenings are announced weekly on The Good Kind's Facebook event page.
Expect all safety regulations and sanitary procedures to be observed. The Good Kind's temporary hours are Monday-Friday from 4-9 pm, Saturday 11 am-9 pm, and Sunday 11 am-4 pm. The eatery is located at 1127 S. St. Mary's St.