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Bisbee Royale Theater

In 2011 we renovated Bisbee's 1918 First Baptist Church into The Bisbee Royale!!!

The ROYALE THEATRE shows new, classic, documentary and foreign films on our 18’ movie screen. We also host wine tastings, concerts and private events.

Our upscale CASABLANCA BAR & LOUNGE is open from 5:30pm on Friday & Saturday nights serving delicious Food and Drinks. Here’s Looking At You Kid!

Movie goers can also enjoy the same great MENU at their table or booth in the ROYALE THEATRE before and during films.

We offer an outstanding wine list as well as a great selection of beer & cocktails.

Food Critic Amanda Baillie writes:

 "...the Royale offers a highly civilized way to experience a movie, ccomplete with meals and more importantly in my opinion, excellent wine".

FACILITY RENTALS: Now you can be at the center of the action by hosting your own private event at the Bisbee Royale!

Presentations, meetings, parties, concerts etc. are just better with a glass of wine or beer in one hand, and a slice of gourmet pizza in the other. The Bisbee Royale is available to rent for movie screenings, educational events, fundraisers, private parties or whatever you can dream up!

Please visit for more information.

94 Main Street
Bisbee, AZ 85603
  • Lowell

  • Old Bisbee

  • San Jose

  • Warren

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