Cineplex Odeon Ste-Foy
Near the lovely Boulevard Duplessis, the Ste-Foy screens Hollywood films in both English and French, as well as occasional French-Canadian fare. The massive success of this multiplex, which opened in a Quebec City suburb in 2000 and seats close to 3,500, closed down its Star Cite neighbour in 2007—which had been the largest theatre in Quebec until that time—due to stiff competition. It now offers seven Real D 3D Screens, one UltraAVX Screen, 14 Screens, Stars and Strollers, two Party Rooms, and a ScotiaBank ATM. Wheelchair accessibility is offered, as are Fidelio described video, Assisted Listening Devices and CaptiView Captioning. Food inside includes Outtakes Backstage Bistro and Van Houtte Cafe.