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Enzian Theater, Maitland

(4.4/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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  • I love the Enzian. I love watching cool independent films while sitting in comfy chairs and eating dinner. This is the type of theater where you can order from a menu and get drinks while you watch. I...  more »
  • The Enzian is a fun relaxing cinema and draft that shows current hits, documentaries, nostalgic movies, classic, etc. It is a real cultural gem. Eden's has some of the best ice cream I have ever taste...  more »
  • This is a beautiful place to come to.ive never been apart of the outside dining experience where youll see patrons having wine and cocktails anytime you come, but they always have some movie that isnt...  more »
  • Wonderful independent movie theatre with a full bar and restaurant. The theatre screening room is full service, and and equipped with both digital and 35mm projectors. Besides film showings, the Enzian also hosts festivals, live performances, parties, and community events. They even have free movie showings outdoors on their lawn. The Enzian is currently raising funds to expand to 3 screens. Well worth a visit, and if you live close by, becoming a member for discounts, free popcorn, and other great perks.
  • The idea that one will go to The Enzian and experience top flight motion pictures in the Indie vein or Foreign/ Art pieces will more often than not find themselves pleased with the results. If the theater goer has expected to experience a Thomas Keller Per Se menu and appropriate dining experience that individual would be an idiot. The Enzian simply does not have the facilities nor staffing to provide the type of food available in top flight restaurants. It's a movie theater, not a culinary experience. The wine may as well flow on tap. That said, to make any derogatory remarks about the food you had eaten would be to say that you were inconvenienced by the seating of the Lamborghini Veneno you just climbed into. It's not designed for comfort. Get the idea? So shut up. Enjoy a great, yet not widely distributed film (in the U.S.) and just hope that the popcorn isn't stale, you culinary miscreants.
  • Intimate community movie theater with international appeal as a cinema cafe that offers range of film festivals, events and arts menu year-round. Cultural smorgasbord of foreign, indie, classic and alternative films. There are special screenings, discussions with film makers, and one-night only shows held outside on the lawn. Theater has comfortable, dine-in seating that makes you feel like you're watching a movie with friends. Members take pride in supporting art house movies and showings that include opera, ballet, theatre. Unique menu and outdoor bar literally under the stars.
  • I love the Enzian - pretty good food and spacious seating inside the indoor theater. The outdoor bar is also great and they often show movies for free on the lawn outside! **NOTE** - their website stops selling movie tickets an hour before showing, so it's best to order before then. You can always buy tickets in person at the box office, but it's hard to get a person over the phone so you won't know if tickets are available until you get there.
  • Luuuuv Enzian. We live in Solivita village in Poinciana, 90 minutes away from Enzian, so it is a three-hour round trip plus the running time of the movie, maybe a total time commitment of five or six hours back and forth. We only go for special movies at Enzian, about once a month, generally matinees so we can avoid driving at night if possible. It is worth the trek every time for excellent movies, knowledgeable guest speakers, great atmosphere (both inside and outside of the theater), good food and drink, a cheerful serving staff -- and being in the presence of other people who appreciate the art of film.