Previously, Cina-mini had a second store - the Cina Mini II, which was located at 415 Bridge St NW in the West Grand neighborhood. This three-screen theater had at least one dedicated to the screening of gay-themed adult entertainment, and was known to be a popular site for the initiation of anonymous gay sex, and was purported to have multiple glory holes until its closure in 2005. The theater at this location had previously been known as "Bridge Street Follies" and "The Pussycat." In 2012, The building was purchased by 2nd Ward Commissioner Walt Gutowski, owner of Swift Printing (a business directly across the street). It is currently part of a development project meant to revitalize Bridge Street.
- photos from cinematour.com