Auburn State Theatre, in partnership with The Station Public House, presents 'Cinebrew at the Station' featuring family friendly films, brews, and food in a comfortable outdoor setting.
Third in the Cinebrew outdoor film series, this classic Agatha Christie whodunnit features the great detective Hercule Poirot (Albert Finney) at his investigative best on the legendary Orient Express train from Istanbul to London. This star-studded cast includes Lauren Bacall, Ingrid Bergman, and Sean Connery.
Location: The Station Public House
750 Lincoln Way, Auburn CA
Doors open at 6:30pm
The Station Public House, downtown Auburn’s newest hot spot, offers a unique dining experience with over 8,000 square feet of outdoor space, diverse wine selection, 40 rotating taps, and a contemporary gastro pub menu complete with a sausage cart. Picnic tables dotted throughout the beautifully landscaped garden offer the ideal venue for responsible social distancing while still providing a comfortable and cozy atmosphere – with misters for those hot summer nights. The Station Public House derives its name from the historic trans-continental railroad station located just a stone's throw from the restaurant.
Patrons who would like dinner with their movie should arrive at least an hour early as the kitchen will close just before the movie starts at 7:30 PM. The outdoor sausage cart will remain open until 8:00 PM. Beer and wine will be offered throughout the entirety of the film. Popcorn and candy will be available.
If guests arrive at 6:00 PM they are welcome to stay at their table but must check in at front to receive a wristband for the film.
Space is limited to 125 patrons, so get your tickets early at www.livefromauburn.com, or call 530-885-0156. Please note: due to Covid-19 restrictions groups are limited to parties of 6 or fewer and masks will be required when not seated.