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Sundance Kabuki 8 Theater, San Francisco

Home to the annual San Francisco Asian American Film Festival, this state of the art theater features foreign and independent films, with beer and wine served in two of the theaters, and a bar with appetizers on the top floor.

Home to the annual San Francisco Asian American Film Festival, this state of the art theater features foreign and independent films, with beer and wine served in two of the theaters, and a bar with appetizers on the top floor. The Kabuki is at the western most end of the Japan Center mall, and the Kabuki Springs and Spa is at the other end, just a block from the Fillmore Auditorium on the other side of Geary Boulevard. The Miyako Hotel at Post and Laguna has a picturesque Japanese garden.


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About Sundance Kabuki 8 Theater

 1881 Post Street, San Francisco, CA, United States

 +1 415-346-3243

 www.sundancecinemas.com

Sundance Kabuki 8 Theater and Nearby Sights on Map

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