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THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS FREE OUTDOOR SCREENING
with intro band Doll Parts
($5 suggested donation to support live band and park)
Park opens 6:30pm, Band starts 7:30pm, Movie starts 8:30pm (times approximate).
Limited capacity, access is first come first serve, RSVPs do not guarantee entry.
All vendors are cash only.
Watch the Chicken Ranchers sing, dance, and sleep their way to continued success and into your hearts on the big outdoor screen with the THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS. Part of Nitehawk’s Country Brunchin’ series (pairing southern films, food, and music), there is a live pre-show serenade by New York’s premiere Dolly Parton tribute band, Doll Parts. This musical-comedy stars two of our favorites - Dolly Parton as Miss Mona Stangley and Burt Reynolds as Lanville County Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd - who must fight to let the good times roll at the popular Chicken Ranch when television personality Melvin P. Thorpe goes on a consumer watchdog rampage to expose the illegal activities.
Food and drink vendors include Nitehawk Cinema (special popcorns), Brooklyn Star (chicken and waffle cones, tofu and waffle cones), OddFellows (ice cream) and Brooklyn Brewery (beer). Wine and water will also be available to purchase.
Things to Bring:
Things to Leave at Home:
- No lawn chairs
- No outside food and drink will be permitted
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SPECIAL THANKS TO BROOKLYN BREWERY AND EAST RIVER FERRY FOR THEIR GENEROUS SUPPORT:
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Nitehawk Cinema is New York’s premier dine-in theater, pairing exemplary first-run and repertory film programming along with tableside food and beverage service.
Every Nitehawk cinematic experience strives to enhance the audience’s viewing with a creative framework whether by creating a specialty menu with fresh, local house-made ingredients inspired by the films we love, a live band accompaniment or special guest Q&As.
Unique Signature Series programming includes LIVE SOUND CINEMA, Music Driven, Local Color, Art Seen, Film Feasts, Booze & Books, Country Brunchin’, Nitehawk Naughties, Nitehawk Nasties, highlighting a wide and diverse range of film spanning from rare 35mm prints to new independent films. Special programming for weekend brunches and midnites can also be experienced each month. Each film also begins with a tailored thirty-minute “pre-show” filled with content inspired by the film.
In 2011, Nitehawk overturned a prohibition-era state liquor law banning alcohol in theaters, becoming the first dine-in theater to open in New York. Located at 136 Metropolitan Avenue at Berry Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Nitehawk is a triplex, hosting 92-, 60- and 34-seat theaters. Lo-Res, Nitehawk’s downstairs bar, offers full-service food and drink, and outdoor seating during the warmer months, featuring handcrafted cocktails, local brews and distillers.