THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY Spaghetti Dinner

Director Sergio Leone
Year 1966
Starring Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach and Lee Van Cleef
Run Time 171min
More Info IMDb

The Spaghetti Western Feast is a hallowed tradition going back to the early days of the Alamo. We screen a classic Italian Western and serve up all the garlic bread and spaghetti you can eat. Don't forget the red wine!

Quentin Tarantino has called THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY the "best directed film of all time" and we wouldn't presume to disagree with him. Sergio Leone's mastery of the frame is apparent throughout. Naturally his cast doesn't hurt: Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef and Eli Wallach (who steals the movie) became instant screen icons, and deservedly so. Composer Ennio Morricone's theme song has become aural shorthand for the western itself, but the entire score is purest genius. As a film it's the richest, most satisfying evening's entertainment imaginable. Perfect proportions of violence, humor, intrigue and now pasta. Don't miss out!

The Spaghetti Western Feast is one of the oldest and proudest of our signature Drafthouse events, designed to specifically showcase this terrific and tough breed of western.  Food is always a huge part of the Drafthouse, and our Feasts always add something special to our menu. This Spaghetti Western Feast includes unlimited spaghetti and garlic bread for just $12.  Please note that the Spaghetti Feast is included in your movie ticket.

If you prefer burgers and beer with your Eastwood, our full menu will also be available during this event. Simply write down what you're hungry for, and pop up that order card, and our stealthy term of servers will have it on your table faster than you can say Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo.

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