AMC Bakery Centre 7 Theatres

7150 SW 57th Avenue,
South Miami, FL 33143

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rivest266 on February 26, 2020 at 6:40 pm

The AMC Bakery Centre 7 opened on February 7th, 1986. Grand opening ad posted.

David_Schneider on April 25, 2018 at 5:26 pm

I also remember for a time in the early 90’s one of the movie poster boxes had a poster-sized advertisement for new employees instead of a movie poster that showed some smiling young people dressed in AMC uniforms with the words “Now Hiring” above them like it was the title of a film.

I joked to myself, “Oh, it’s a movie about the end of the Recession”. :)

David_Schneider on February 12, 2017 at 3:39 pm

1987-88 phone book says actual address was 7150 SW 57th Avenue, South Miami, FL 33143.

As I said in my first comment, it faced Red Road (SW 57th).

David_Schneider on January 17, 2017 at 1:26 pm

I remember there were a few artistic-looking perhaps Roman-like chunks of demolished Holsum Bakery architecture on display as a tribute to the former bakery on the floor of the lobby of the Bakery Centre shopping mall. They were removed by the time the Bakery Centre closed and I don’t know what became of them.

Perhaps they had been part of the original Riviera Theatre?

David_Schneider on January 13, 2017 at 10:59 am

The entrance to the AMC Bakery Centre 7 faced Red Road, approximately opposite to the intersection of Red Road and San Ignacio Avenue. (If you were to stand back then in front of what is now Shula’s 347 Grill at 6915 Red Road, Coral Gables and looked across Red Road, you would have seen the theater entrance.)

There was several feet of open tiled space between the sidewalk and the entrance that was slightly lower than the sidewalk. You’d go down maybe three steps then walk through the open space flanked by movie poster boxes on the angled side walls to reach the front doors.

The marquee was a tall sign on the corner of South Dixie Highway and Red Road, on the edge of what was the Bakery Center parking lot across Red Road from what is still Wendy’s. The former parking lot is now filled in by The Shops at Sunset Place.