Planning on catching dinner and a movie this weekend? How about you step up your multitasking game and combine them for a two-for?

Now you can get wait service while sitting comfortably in a 50-seat theater in Bushwick and catching a recent independent film or classic. 

Movie theater and restaurant, Syndicated, opened at 40 Bogart Street on Friday. 

Though it has the same general premise as Nitehawk Cinema, but is much smaller with only one theater. Syndicated also has a restaurant with 70 seats and a bar with 30 seats. 


The kitchen will be headed by Chef Bret Macris, serving items like fried corned beef short rib, popcorn-fried oysters, tater tots topped with pulled pork, and duck confit nachos. 

However, certain appetizers can be ordered during the film, while larger items or harder to eat items will only be served in the restaurant. 

Tickets will only cost $3 for a single feature or $5 for a double feature, leaving you plenty of spare cash to spend on food. 

Apart from classic and indie films, Syndicated plans on screening 2016 Oscar Shorts, host film screenings followed by discussions, and double features with a high brow film and low brow film that share themes. 

bushwickdaily #Bushwick, are you ready? Tonight a cinema+restaurant+bar, @SyndicatedBK opens w/ a screening of Close Encounters of the Third Kind at 6PM & 9PM. read more at #wohooooo #bushwickdaily

The first high brow-low brow double feature on January 20th with David Bowie's "The Man Who Fell to the Earth," and "Howard the Duck." 

You can check the movie schedule and the full menu here

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[via Eater New York] [Feature Image Courtesy Bedford and Bowery]