At the Drive-In in NYC

At the Drive-In in NYC
Christine Huang
  • 25 september 2007

Once home to Pong, a small ping-pong parlor on the Lower East Side, the metamorphizing art space Grand Opening has reinvented itself as promised, this time taking the form of “DRV-IN,” a very condensed drive-in cinema (and Manhattan’s only). DRV-IN is basically a small garage outfitted with a projection screen and a ’65 Ford Falcon where you and five others can sit and enjoy movies from the sixties to present day – the screenings following chronological order. Showings occur nightly at 7 and 10 PM, and the retro-simulation costs $75 for your whole group. If you’re interested in reserving a spot, act quickly, as some of the more popular screenings (“A Clockwork Orange,” “Jaws,” and “King Kong” to name a few) have already been booked.

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