Movie with dinner and drinks at Alamo Drafthouse SF sounds like a good plan! The New Mission venue of the Austin-based cinema chain is a favorite among San Francisco’s movie buffs and welcomes guests all year round. Located on Mission Street, between 21st and 22nd Streets, the cinema is easily accessible by car from any part of the city. Parking near Alamo Drafthouse needn’t be a challenge – pre-book your spot at a secure garage nearby for a hassle-free experience. Mission Masonic Center City Parking Lot on Bartlett Street is steps away, and you’ll find more premium spots within walking distance of the cinema. Street parking is also allowed right outside the cinema, but it isn't the best option considering the demand for parking space in the Mission District. Worrying about time limits and expiring meters can totally ruin your movie date; parking at an affordable garage can eliminate this risk. You’ll find plenty of great Alamo Drafthouse parking garage deals on way.com – download the way.com app on your smartphone to get started now!
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Alamo Drafthouse SF does not provide on-site parking; however, you’ll find plenty of on-street and off-street parking spaces around the cinema. Metered street parking is allowed right outside the cinema on Mission, Bartlett, 21st, and 22nd streets. Affordable parking lots and garages with up-to-date amenities are also located nearby; you’ll effortlessly find premium parking spaces within a minute’s walk from the cinema on SF parking apps or websites. Get the best rates when you book your spot online – driving up to an Alamo Drafthouse parking garage cannot guarantee a spot considering the high demand for parking space in the Mission district.
Meter rates for street parking near Alamo Drafthouse SF range from $1 - $6 an hour, depending on the time of your visit. The cheapest spots could be available on Bartlett Street; $1.25 per hour, between 9 am and 12 pm on weekdays, with a four-hour maximum parking time limit. Daily rates at parking garages and lots in the neighborhood are $10 - $20 on average, and most garages offer 12-hour or 24-hour spots. You can park all day at the Mission Masonic Center City Parking Lot for just $20 – get this exclusive deal when you book your Alamo Drafthouse parking space online. Hourly parking rates at the Lilac/24th Street Lot, only a couple of blocks away from the cinema, start at $2.25.
Free parking is allowed on most streets near Alamo Drafthouse Cinema; the closest spots are on Capp Street, Bartlett Street, and 21st Street. However, the demand for these spots is relatively high, any time of the day. You’ll find additional free street parking on Van Ness Avenue, Guerrero Street, 23rd Street, San Carlos Street, and other cross streets in the neighborhood. When parking on the street, check posted signs to make sure free parking is allowed at the time of your visit. Keep an eye out for parking permit requirements and street cleaning schedules too.
You’ll find the cheapest Alamo Drafthouse parking garage deals online – use an SF parking app or website to find the lowest rates at premium parking lots in Mission District. Parking garages often offer special discounts on online reservations, and you’ll find discount coupons, parking vouchers, early-bird rates, etc., when you book your parking space using a parking app. Costco Impark Garage City Parking and Mission Masonic Center parking lot offer cheap all-day parking near Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in San Francisco.
Alamo Drafthouse parking is easier when you pre-book your spot at nearby garages; a last-minute parking spot hunt could be time-consuming and will cost you more.
Do not use street parking if you are unsure how long you’ll be away; expired meters and time limit violations can be quite expensive. Be aware of SF parking rules and check posted signs for up-to-date meter rates, time limits, street cleaning schedules, parking permit requirements, and other restrictions.