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Seattle Weekly Gives Burien’s Tin Theater Some Media Love

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Mike Seely of The Seattle Weekly recently reviewed Burien’s new Tin Theater (923 SW 152nd), calling it “an ambitious attempt to transform the old Dan the Sausageman space into Burien’s answer to Belltown’s Big Picture.”

Seely continues:

“…was initially supposed to have been completed by the end of 2009. That didn’t happen, and soon, it was anyone’s guess as to when (if?) the space, connected to the Tin Room, a popular neighborhood bar and bistro with a stronger-than-you’d-expect Latino influence on its menu, would actually open.

Finally, last month, it did. And boy oh boy, is it worth the wait.”

Oh, and he also digs the meatloaf.

This week’s film is The Hangover, a “Las Vegas-set comedy centered around three groomsmen who lose their about-to-be-wed buddy during their drunken misadventures, then must retrace their steps in order to find him.”

Showtimes are 5:45pm and 8pm, and tickets are $8, $7 for seniors.

Read Seely’s entire review here, and read more about the Tin Theater here.

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