A new dine-in cinema, restaurant and bar will be debuting on Bushburg'swick's Bogart Street on Friday, featuring a 50-seat screening room where filmgoers can order food and booze while taking in a flick. Named Syndicated, the new spot will be a smaller version of Williamsburg's Nitehawk Cinema (the two are not related), though it won't be screening first-run films, rather a curated selection of films by Managing Partner Tim Chung. They will, however, be screening the Academy Awards and the X-Files premiere, in addition to special film series.

The theater boasts high quality projection and sound equipment, and is outfitted with leather banquettes and small tables for plates of Steak Frites, cocktails and bowls of flavored popcorns. Ticket prices are shockingly cheap, running just $3 each for single films and $5 for double features. The repertory selection will include "everyone’s favorite 80s blockbusters" and classics from across the film spectrum.

As at Nitehawk, some dishes will be available to order before and during the films, and the chef promises some themed specials to accompany specific films and event series. They're also offering eight different flavors of gourmet popcorn and "artisanal snacks" for classic concession-style dining. In the adjoining restaurant, they'll be serving American comfort food dishes like Popcorn-Crusted Fried Oysters, Hot Fried Chicken Sandwiches, Duck Confit Nachos and a sandwich styled after Elvis. Cocktails are themed for film, too, like the Redrum with Blackwell and Brugal rums with Cynar, Aperol, lemon and simple syrup.

Dine-in theaters are a growing trend in the city, with Nitehawk, Syndicated and the forthcoming Alamo Drafthouse in Downtown Brooklyn, plus a chain theater for the South Street Seaport that's been in the works for several years. Coincidentally, Nitehawk owner Matthew Viragh purchased a Bushwick warehouse last summer that's not far from Syndicated, though we're told there aren't plans for a cinema in that location.