Does the crunch of popcorn or the least interruption to a movie make you seethe? Nitehawk is not for you. This combination cinema–supper club–bar is awfully fun, though, so you might consider loosening up for a night. First, have a cocktail or craft beer in the bar. When the house opens up, waiters will come through the aisles and take food and additional drink orders. There are both quiet items (hummus, fish tacos, smoked-salmon deviled eggs) and some that are noisier (caramel popcorn, raw kale salad with toasted sesame seeds, tater tots). But chairs and aisles are well spaced, so you shouldn't be too bothered. What also makes Nitehawk unique are the previews—vintage cartoons, witty montages of the actors in the coming attraction, risqué commercials—and a drink discount in the bar after the show to facilitate discussion.