The Studio 35 Trifecta: Pizza, Beer, & Movies


by Sil Pancho



Studio 35 is a place that’s near and dear to my heart. I’d rank it up there with one of my favorite places in Columbus. In addition to featuring three things I love – pizza, beer, and movies – it’s also a beloved neighborhood hangout that’s been an important part of the city’s cultural scene since 1938.

The movie theatre known as Studio 35 opened as the Indianola Theatre in the late 30s. It changed hands, names, and existed in various states over the years until the current owners Eric and Rita purchased it and have continued to update it.

We lived just down the street from the theatre for a decade, dangerously within walking distance, but even before we landed in the neighborhood, Studio 35 had already become a beloved hangout.

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