Not too many theatres still remain like the logan theatre in chicago... There's a parking lot practically across the street which only costs a couple of dollars (honor system) for a 2 hour movie... The theatre itself is smaller and shows second (third?) run movies but who cares? it's 3 bucks... I always try to come to this theatre--not only because I'm thrifty, but because I want to support the regular guys who run it.. not a major corporation like lowes or amc... all-in-all-- a great deal for your buck, and a little slice of Chicago history to boot!
We wanted to be sure we were going to get great quality work so we looked at their previous projects, and it all checked out. They were very helpful, and they weren't interested in our money and prices but they were concerned on getting the job done in a timely manner. Not many businesses are like that today. I recommend these guys and if I need to I won't think twice about hiring them again.
Phone number sends caller to pulse Dial TONE. This theater is a Chicago relic. The structure itself Is immaculate poetry and artistry. Details are in abundance and the eyes capture all the glory of the designers vision. At least that's the way I suppose the architect who had the Vision to make the Patio theater a venue in the first place would have thought I only SUPPOSE THOUGH;-0