Entertainment Alamo Drafthouse in Brooklyn is ready for its close-up: Take a look around By Ivan Pereira firstname.lastname@example.org Updated October 24, 2016 3:09 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email The wait is over: Downtown Brooklyn’s Alamo Drafthouse made its long-awaited debut Oct. 28. The owner of the fan favorite chain said the borough is hungry for a new way to watch films and have a night out. In addition to its seven screens, the two-floor movie house includes a fun bar filled with early 20th century horror-film wax figures, a roof patio and an eclectic menu that can be ordered during any show. “Theaters used to be a big neighborhood sensibility, but that’s been lost,” Alamo founder Tim League said following a tour of the new space Monday. “We want to try and bring that back.” Various issues involving the building code approvals and liquor licenses delayed Alamo Drafthouse’s initial slated opening during the summer, but League said his team used that extra time to make sure every facet of the movie theater was perfect. Take a look around Brooklyn's newest movie theater. Welcome to Alamo Photo Credit: Ivan Pereira Alamo Drafthouse takes up two floors in the City Point shopping center in Downtown Brooklyn. Seven movie screens, 796 seats Photo Credit: Ivan Pereira Alamo Drafthouse has seven movie screens with a combined seat count of 796. Every pair of seats includes a small dining table with cup holders and a slot for ordering menu items during movies. Some of the theaters include a front row of reclining seats that make watching from that section less of a headache. Alamo shows films presented in formats from old school-style 35mm to digital 3D. Photo Credit: Ivan Pereira Theatergoers can order snacks, entrees and drinks from their seats, where they'll find a menu and order cards. Hummus with a twist Photo Credit: Courtesy of Alamo Drafthouse Bite into edamame hummus and wonton chips for $9. Ropa vieja beef tacos Photo Credit: Courtesy of Alamo Drafthouse This Alamo Drafthouse menu item, which costs $14, features pulled skirt steak, corn, cotija, green cabbage, pickled red onions and avocado creme in corn tortillas. Flatbreads for all Photo Credit: Courtesy of Alamo Drafthouse Alamo Drafthouse offers a number of flatbreads, including the lamb bazlama, pictured -- spiced ground lamb, pickled red onions, golden raisins, shaved radishes and parsley -- for $16.50. Other options include margherita and bianca flatbreads. The House of Wax Photo Credit: Courtesy of Alamo Drafthouse Alamo Drafthouse's standalone bar, The House of Wax, pays homage to the city's historic entertainment venues. The space includes several vintage medical sculptures of body parts, replicas of celebrities and other oddities that were made to educate and frighten audiences. Guests can sip on more than 48 drafts, 15 cocktails and other drinks while they're checking out the displays. View from the top Photo Credit: Ivan Pereira The Alamo Drafthouse also includes a rooftop terrace that fits 67 people. Fans can enjoy a pre-movie drink while taking in a beautiful view of Downtown Brooklyn. The space can be rented out for private events. Vinyl for sale Photo Credit: Ivan Pereira Like other Alamo Drafthouse locations, the Brooklyn spot will sell vinyl music and posters offered by the movie collections company Mondo. Many of the records are movie scores from popular '70s and '80s movies. Become part of the 'King Kong' finale Photo Credit: Ivan Pereira Guests can take a photo in front of this wall that recreates the climactic ending of "King Kong." A Barbie doll plays the role of the movie's damsel in distress Ann Darrow. By Ivan Pereira email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Brooklyn Alamo Drafthouse's opening lineup is so fetchThe theater will officially open on Oct. 28. Alamo Drafthouse finally has an opening dateThe bar-meets-cinema will welcome Brooklynites with a slate of Halloween films. iPic at Seaport is latest in city's movie theater boomA new breed of movie theaters offer customers high-end dining opportunities. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.