Dinner and a show are always on tap at Arlington Cinema and Drafthouse. From live performances by up-and-coming comedians to screenings of indie flicks, there’s always something interesting going on at the local theater. And since its full bar boasts an extensive roster of craft beers, served alongside artisan cocktails and light bites, you’ll be just as impressed by the food and drink as the entertainment.
Want to go on an adventure into the wilderness without ever leaving your seat? Grab a ticket ($20) to the upcoming screening of Reel Rock 16 on June 9th, which will take you along on rock-climbing journeys in some of the most stunning terrains in existence. Looking for a laugh? Canadian comedian Julie Kim will bring down the house on June 16th, followed by a raucous stand-up show by the writers of The Daily Show on June 17th and 18th. Then on June 19th, the drafthouse is celebrating The Blues Brothers with a free screening at 3 p.m. in conjunction with the Bluesfest Weekend event being put on by the Columbia Pike Partnership.