Loew's Kings Theatre (abandoned movie theater in Brooklyn, NY). Can you imagine how beautiful this place would be if it was restored?

Loew's Kings Theatre (abandoned movie theater in Brooklyn, NY). Can you imagine how beautiful this place would be if it was restored?

image of tater tots at The NiteHawk Movie Theater in Brooklyn, NY

Private screening of The 100-Foot Journey at The NiteHawk Movie Theater in Brooklyn, NY

image of chorizo and goat cheese fritters at The NiteHawk Movie Theater in Brooklyn, NY

Private screening of The 100-Foot Journey at The NiteHawk Movie Theater in Brooklyn, NY

image of chorizo and goat cheese fritters at The NiteHawk Movie Theater in Brooklyn, NY

image of Domaine Du Pre Barron Tourraine Sauvignon Blanc at The NiteHawk Movie Theater in Brooklyn, NY

Private screening of The 100-Foot Journey at The NiteHawk Movie Theater in Brooklyn, NY

image of Domaine Du Pre Barron Tourraine Sauvignon Blanc at The NiteHawk Movie Theater in Brooklyn, NY

image of tater tots at The NiteHawk Movie Theater in Brooklyn, NY

Private screening of The 100-Foot Journey at The NiteHawk Movie Theater in Brooklyn, NY

image of lemonade at The NiteHawk Movie Theater in Brooklyn, NY

Private screening of The 100-Foot Journey at The NiteHawk Movie Theater in Brooklyn, NY

Private screening of The 100-Foot Journey at The NiteHawk Movie Theater in Brooklyn, NY | I just want to eat!

Private screening of The 100-Foot Journey at The NiteHawk Movie Theater in Brooklyn, NY

Private screening of The 100-Foot Journey at The NiteHawk Movie Theater in Brooklyn, NY | I just want to eat!

Abandoned theater in New York City. Brooklyn's King Theater was once one of the country's grandest movie theaters. The theater opened on Flatbush Ave in 1929 and was one of five "Loew's Wonder Theaters" in New York. The theater closed in 1977 and has been abandoned ever since. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Abandoned theater in New York City. Brooklyn's King Theater was once one of the country's grandest movie theaters. The theater opened on Flatbush Ave in 1929 and was one of five "Loew's Wonder Theaters" in New York. The theater closed in 1977 and has been abandoned ever since. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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