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Westfield World Trade Center
185 Greenwich Street
For the second consecutive year, Westfield World Trade Center and Tribeca will bring a free summer outdoor film series to Lower Manhattan’s Oculus Plaza (located at the corner of Church and Dey streets) curated by the Tribeca Film Festival’s programmers.
Each of the nine classic and fan favorite feature films screened at “Tribeca Drive-In presents Westfield Dinner & a Movie” shares one common connection: a plot or key scene focused on the theme of food – a subject which undeniably has the power to elicit a great deal of passion and bring both individuals and communities together for bonding over new and shared cuisines.
To make the experience even more enjoyable and a perfect way to spend summer evenings with family and friends, visitors attending the screenings will be able to enjoy live music, win Westfield retailer prizes, and relax in a summer chic lounge and dining area – with exclusive food and beverage offerings provided by some of Westfield World Trade Center’s tastiest restaurants and eateries, including: Eataly NYC Downtown, Epicerie Boulud, Choza Taqueria, Nobletree Coffee, Nunu Chocolates, Irving Farm Coffee Roasters, Grom, and Blue Bottle Coffee.
The perfect dinner-and-a-movie films pair stories from across America – Los Angeles to Miami to the Big Easy – with regional cuisine to transport you across the country through the movies.
La La Land
The Princess and the Frog
After a whirlwind trip around the US, it always feels great to come home with three quintessential New York stories served up alongside local cuisine.
When Harry Met Sally
Lady and the Tramp
A trio of comedies celebrating late night stars who jumped from the small screen in New York to the big screen in Hollywood.