701 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20001
Regal Gallery is located right in the middle of downtown DC. The nearest public transit is the Gallery Place metro station. Chinatown is right around the corner.
The theater is located on the top floor of a four-story shopping mall (though tickets need to be bought on the ground floor). Shopping options also in the building include Bed, Bath and Beyond, City Sports, Bar Louie and Lucky Strike. There are fourteen screens well-disbursed. There are dozens of posters and standees spread around to give the area a very fun feel as well as some neon lights. Somewhat moody lighting also gives a distinct movie theater glow.
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There is the standard fare of popcorn, hot dogs, nachos and sodas. There is nothing distinctly special about the offerings.
Some theaters are larger than others, the bigger theaters having the latest releases.
The seats have plenty of leg room and the backs of the chairs are not too firm.
It is one of the most crowded movie theaters in the district with its central location. It is a hangout for local youths and tourists so expect rowdier crowds and more sellouts than normal.
Diversity of showings:
The most high-profile films are shown here. Big-budget Hollywood action, horror and teen drama films are the big draws.
A Regal Crown Club card is a free membership. You receive 1 point for every 1 dollar you spend. 50 points earns you a free popcorn, 100 points earns you a free soft drink and 150 points earns you a free ticket.
Matinee: $11 ($10 for senior/child)
Standard: $13 ($10 for senior/child)
3D: $17 ($14 for senior/child)
There is nothing particularly significant about the theater other than its proximity to a handful of famous DC landmarks including Ford’s Theater and the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery.
There is nothing really special from Regal Gallery Place Stadium 14. It is a very average, typical theater, but its location secures that it is always busy and the choice of its screenings are always popular fare. You might do well to find another theater that might be lighter if you can afford to.