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Bow Tie Cinema planned for Saratoga Springs

Saratoga Springs Mayor Scott Johnson, left, joins Joe Masher of Bow Tie Cinemas, center, and Sonny Bonacio of Bonacio Construction to announce plans in October 2012 for Bow Tie to open an 11-screen movie theater at 19 Railroad Place.
Saratoga Springs Mayor Scott Johnson, left, joins Joe Masher of Bow Tie Cinemas, center, and Sonny Bonacio of Bonacio Construction to announce plans in October 2012 for Bow Tie to open an 11-screen movie theater at 19 Railroad Place.
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An 11-screen Bow Tie Cinema complex will open next spring in what for many years had been a Price Chopper supermarket at Railroad Place and Church Street, developers announced Tuesday. The city currently has no full-time theater and hasn’t since Joseph O’Hara’s dinner theater on Congress Street closed nearly a decade ago. The last traditional theater in the city, the Community Theater on Broadway, closed in the late 1970s. Bonacio Construction of Saratoga Springs purchased ...


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