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Located at 3290 Sacramento Street in San Francisco’s Presidio Heights neighborhood, the Vogue Theatre is one of San Francisco’s oldest operating cinemas. According to property records, only the Mission District’s Roxie Cinema is older.
The Vogue opened in 1910 as the Elite Theatre and was briefly known as the Rex before becoming the Vogue in 1939. In it’s over 100-year history the Vogue has thrived as a venue for foreign and independent film and is well known as the City’s most popular venue for Woody Allen films.
In 1984-85 the Vogue held The Gods Must Be Crazy for an amazing 70-week run. In 2007 the San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation purchased the theater and ensured its continued existence.
In 2012 the SFNTF teamed up with CinemaSF, further brightening the future of the beloved theater. The Vogue has become the annual home for the Mostly British Film Festival and continues to host an eclectic mix of first run and classic cinema.Open in Google Maps
Via Public Transportation
Located at 3290 Sacramento Street, in the historic Presidio Hieghts neighborhood, the Vogue Theatre is accessible by public transportation. It is directly on the 43 bus line and located right around the corner from the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco.
From the East Bay
80 West to Folsom Street Exit, take a left onto Pine Street, right on Lyon followed by a Left onto Sacramento and the theater is on the corner.
From the South Bay
280/101 North to Market Street, take a right onto Market Street, left on Franklin, Left on Pine and the theater is on the corner at Sacremento.
From the North Bay
101 South to Marina Blvd, then right onto Gerard, left onto Lincoln, theatre is at the intersection of Sacremento and Presidio.
There's a private parking garage on 3490 California Street, and plenty of street parking around the venue.