Entertainment Options Near Student Housing

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Brooklyn  Buschwick’s Syndicated opened last month.  They describe themselves as a space "where you can watch a movie, while eating a delicious meal and enjoying a drink."  Tickets are $3 and double features are only $5. Past showings include Her and You’ve Got Mail with continuing syndication of the newly revived X-Files.  The amazing menu includes dishes ranging from bacon-butter meatballs to slow cooked lamb ribs.  Syndicated opens Monday to Thursday from 5 pm to midnight; Friday from 5 pm to 2 am; Saturday from 11 am to 2 am; Sunday 11 am to midnight. || 40 Bogart Street

Washington Street

For independent movie lovers and foreign art film aficionados, Film Forum at West Houston St. might just be the perfect spot for a night out.  Current showings include Academy Award Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film, Embrace of the Serpent.  Tickets are $8 for members and $14 for non-members. Membership is available for a full year which includes privileges such as discounted tickets and merchandise. || 209 West Houston St. 

Midtown

If comedy is more your cup of tea, check out Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB), known for its comedic sketches and hysterical improv.  This is a show where legendary comedians such as Amy Poehler and Ian Roberts got their start. Tickets to UCB are typically $5-$10 with some free shows after midnight. || 307 W. 26th St. New York, NY 10001

CultureAnna Ramos