"Dinner and a Movie" at Angels Trumpet Ale House and FilmBar September 20 Features Gary Huswit's Urbanized

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FilmBar and its new neighbor, Angels Trumpet Ale House, have wasted no time teaming up on a tempting project.

CO+HOOTS is joining forces with FilmBar, Get Your PHX, and Angels Trumpet Ale House on Thursday, September 20th, in order to celebrate the arrival of downtown Phoenix's newest drinking establishment.

"Dinner and a Movie" will kick off with drinks at the brewery starting at 5:30 pm.

Angels Trumpet Ale House is located at 810 North 2nd Street, which is just across the street from FilmBar (815 N. 2nd Street).

Following the cocktail hour, FilmBar will screen Urbanized, a documentary by Gary Hustwit.

From Hustwit's website:

Who is allowed to shape our cities, and how do they do it? Unlike many other fields of design, cities aren't created by any one specialist or expert. There are many contributors to urban change, including ordinary citizens who can have a great impact improving the cities in which they live. By exploring a diverse range of urban design projects around the world, Urbanized frames a global discussion on the future of cities.

Dinner from the Angels Trumpet menu will be served at FilmBar during the film.

FilmBar will be selling tickets until Tuesday, September 18th for $18.

For more information check out the "Dinner and a Movie" Facebook page.

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