Garden Theater: Fire Escape
Garden Theater: Fire Escape

Garden Theater: Fire Escape

Regular price $ 40.00
Built in 1915 on Pittsburgh’s North Side, the Garden Theater was a 1,000-seat movie theater built in the Beaux Arts style by architect Thomas H. Scott. Quite popular for showing mainstream films in the decades of its heyday, the theater became known as an adult-film venue after showing the pornographic film "Deep Throat" in 1973. It closed in 2007 and was placed on the list of City of Pittsburgh historic designations in 2008. It is now being renovated as an upscale restaurant space.