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Alamo Drafthouse Cinema - Mason

531 S. Mason Road Katy, TX 77450 | Katy | 281-492-6900

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This suburban Houston outpost of the venerated Austin-based chain functions like the rest of the Alamo Drafthouses - you order food and drinks (including booze!) from your seat, and the staff brings it directly to you. Special screenings complement more mainstream offerings.


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