Del Mar: Roll the credits; Flower Hill movie theater closes

The movie theater at Flower Hill Promenade is now dark for good. The theater closed permanently on June 26. Flower Hill Promenade is undergoing an upgrade and a Whole Foods will eventually open at the theater’s location. A new movie theater is slated to open at the end of July at the Del Mar Highlands Town Center located on Del Mar Heights Road, just south of Rancho Santa Fe. Photo: Jon Clark

Related posts:

  1. Flower Hill Farmers’ Market opens
  2. Flower Hill Promenade to host egg hunt April 23
  3. Del Mar Highlands Town Center movie theater to close Jan. 3 for renovation
  4. San Diego City Council approves Flower Hill Promenade upgrade
  5. Opinion: Flower Hill Promenade improvements good for the community

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Posted by Staff on Jun 29, 2011. Filed under Del Mar, Featured Story, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

2 Comments for “Del Mar: Roll the credits; Flower Hill movie theater closes”

  1. Sandy

    so sorry to lose this wonderful theater and local treasure.

  2. The movie theater at Flower +1

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