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Paragon Grove 13

3015 Grand Ave. Coconut Grove, FL 33133 | Coconut Grove | 305-446-6843

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Do you want luxury in one Miami’s swankiest areas? Well, Paragon Grove 13 offers reserved seating and a concession full of beer and wine. It also features Sony 4K digital projection, four Prestige Imports Premier auditoriums, and a chef-created menu at its Lot Bar & Lounge. The four Prestige Imports Premier auditoriums features oversized leather chairs with attached swivel tray tables. The venue is available for birthday parties and corporate events.


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The theater, situated in the heart of Coconut Grove, Miami, was operated for many years by another theater company. It now, after a $4 million upgrade by Paragon, features stadium seating, high-definition digital projection with 3D, all reserved seating, beer and wine at concessions, and The Lot Bar & Lounge. In November 2012, four auditoriums were renovated; the Prestige Imports Premier VIP Theaters feature luxury leather rocking dine-in seats.

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