Referred to by locals as "the Cameo," this historic theater has one of the oldest movie screens in existence in the U.S. and shows a rotating selection of current independent and mainstream films. From the outside, a vertical wooden sign with red lettering is stationed above a classic marquee displaying the theater's daily showings; inside the lobby, the decorative elements are reminiscent of the 1920’s, with old movie posters reflecting amber light. A variety of vegan snacks, juices, gelatos, and sorbets are for sale at the concession bar. Theaters have traditional cinema-style seating, as well as 18 purple love-seats.
Upon hearing that Ian McIver’s film class had been dropped from Napa Valley College, owner Cathy Buck invited him to teach the class on Tuesday afternoons at the Cameo instead.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- General Admission
- Handicapped Accessible
- Theater - Movie