For lovers of independent and foreign films, the Angelika is a great place to go. An array of award-winning movies have shown at this cinema.
The cost is $9.25 for adults, $7 before 5pm. Students and seniors, $6.50; children under 12, $6. Prices change, so check the Angelika web site before you go or call (214)841-4700.
The Cafe at the Angelika Film Center is open to the public, even without the purchase of a theater ticket. Light fare, but hearty enough to satisfy, is offered in the cafe. Sandwiches (ham and cheese, chicken salad, roast beef, and egg salad) served with chips, cookies, brownies, and banana nut bread, and other delicious food is available to eat in the cafe or take into the theaters.
A full selection of beer (I picked a Shiner for $4) and wine (red and white for $7-$8.50) give the moviegoer plenty of choices. For those who prefer non-alcoholic beverages, the cafe carries a variety of soft drinks, coffees, teas, and other drinks.