Unlike its more shabby chic sister cinema a few miles away in Hampstead, the Belsize Park Everyman is sleek and upmarket, reflecting the local clientele around Haverstock Hill.
The usual variety of goodies – spicy and sweet nibbles, wine, a good selection of teas - are available to eat and drink during the film, all served to you at your large, leather seat or sofa, and if you really want to indulge yourself, why not try one of the premier seats which are even bigger than the 'normal' ones.
If you arrive early, the cinema has comfy chairs and tables in the foyer, where you can while away the time looking at some of the books on the shelves or deciding which toppings to have on your frozen yoghurt. Alternatively, you could browse the local shops, which include Daunt Books, or try out one of the many local cafes along this tree-lined stretch of Haverstock Hill.
As well as showing current movies, the cinema runs special screenings, such as Metropolitan Opera and National Theatre live broadcasts.
If you do bring your granny and she is wheelchair-bound, fear not, there is a stair lift, and if you need to drive, there is limited parking at the nearby Premier Inn on Ornan Road, costing £6 on production of your cinema ticket.