If you sometimes grow tired of the same old thing happening at the numerous bars and nightspots in Hollywood, um, what’s wrong with you? No, even the most scene hipsters grow weary of going out and dancing or seeing the hottest “It” band every single night. Enter CineSpace.

Named “one of the top 10 clubs in Hollywood” by “Access Hollywood,” CineSpace is a glitzy watering hole for film geeks and hipsters alike. On most evenings, CineSpace hosts club nights, live music performances and special events, but it’s the weekly Dinner and a Movie Series that distinguishes the ‘Space from every other destination around town.

If you love films and don’t mind other people talking during them, the Dinner and a Movie series is definitely something not to miss. Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night at 8 p.m., Dinner and a Movie features films from eras past as well as Hollywood’s latest hits. The screenings are free so you will have plenty to spend on food and cocktails.

Just take a look at the upcoming flicks being screened here in the next few weeks and you’ll see why Dinner and a Movie is CineSpace’s signature event. April 20 through 22, see Keira Knightley’s (a.k.a. everyone’s favorite nude Vanity Fair cover girl) Oscar nominated turn in Pride & Prejudice. Woody Allen’s Matchpoint – starring everyone’s other favorite naked cover girl, Scarlett Johansson – screens April 27 through 29.

If the prospect of those two sizzling starlets doesn’t already have you salivating, take a look at what CineSpace’s dining menu has to offer. Yes, nothing can really beat popcorn and a box of Junior Mints at the cinema, but somehow I think you’ll be fine with the array of dishes CineSpace has to offer.

From delicious salads to delectable entrees like Market Vegetable Lasagna ($16) and Roasted Rosemary Chicken ($16), there’s something for everyone to choose from. A suggestion for you and a group of friends would be to order two or three appetizers and finish them off with two or three desserts!

There’s the Belly Bombers ($12) – six mini cheeseburgers, the Maryland style Crab Cakes with lobster remoulade or if you want something that will really stick to your ribs, try their version of Mac and Cheese ($8). But, this is definitely not your standard macaroni and cheese from the blue box, you know the kind I’m talking about. CineSpace’s features macaroni smothered in sharp cheddar and smoked gouda cheeses topped with a Panko (Japanese bread crumbs) crust.

The desserts are equally pleasing and range from the traditional Banana Split to the sinfully indulgent White Chocolate Cheesecake with caramel sauce. A crowd favorite is the Blood Orange Crème Brulee. You can get half-priced appetizers and two for one drink specials in the lounge bar during CineSpace’s Happy Hour which is Thursday through Saturday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The lounge bar is one of the three areas the venue is sectioned off into. Here you’ll find a full bar and several long cushy benches to take a seat and get to know that hot guy you just met. There’s also the screening Room where Dinner and a Movie and any live music performances take place. My favorite area to actually dine is the patio where you can grab a seat by the windows that overlook the hustle and bustle down on Hollywood Boulevard.

Be sure to make reservations to guarantee you get a table or booth, if you plan on having dinner or if you just want a place to relax and enjoy your drinks. The next time you are looking for a place that strays from the standard run of the mill in Hollywood nightclubs or a place to grab a bite before a show, head for CineSpace.

Dinner hours are Thu-Sat 6 p.m.-10 p.m.; Bar service is available Thu-Sat 6 p.m.-2 a.m. Valet parking is $8 on Cosmo St. (between Cahuenga Blvd. & Ivar St.). For reservations and more information, call (323) 817-3456 or visit www.cine-space.com.