Complement your visit to St. Augustine with an elegant afternoon tea located in the heart of the historical city at the Corazon Cinema And Cafe, 36 Granada Street. Open Wednesday-Sunday at 11:30 am serving delicious food, beer, and wine all day and into the evening. Great food, films, and fun playing first run and independent films.
Housed in what is considered to be the oldest brick building in the city, the Corazon Cinema opens at 11:30 am and serves food throughout the day and into the evening. Beer, Wine, Sangria, and champagne available.
Thursday..............Throwback Thursday Films & StoryTellers
Friday....................New Films and Comedy Nights
Saturday...............High Teas and special events
What Guests are Saying About The Corazon Cinema and Cafe
WrongTurn Visits Corazon Cinema Fun place to visit, home made sandwiches, cold slaw (a hit), wraps. Very friendly staff & Karla (owner) welcomes everyone. FREE PARKING around the building. You relax in the movie theater with drinks (beer/wine) and fresh popped popcorn or your food. Fun environment -- also room for parties.
Great little place to watch a movie! Unusually for St Augustine, it was a rainy day so we looked up things to do on a rainy day and came across the Corazon tucked away behind the Lightner museum. We chose to eat before the movie and both our sandwiches were very good and good value. The movie tends to focus on more limited release films and the film we chose ‘Keep the Change', which was great. You set in comfy tub chairs or similar so it's a very comfortable way to watch a movie.
Dinner & a Movie - Patio Style! This theater is just cool! There's an old fashioned marquee boasting the movie names. You walk into the concession stand & server hands you a menu, the sandwiches are named after movie stars. I ordered the Joe & Tammy chicken salad ($8.95) & wine. The server brings it to you while you watch the movie! There are 3 theaters, quizzo was in the other one. Total cost was around $25 for dinner, movie @ tip! Just s great night out ! We saw Molly's Game.