Tips for Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place

175 East Chestnut Street Chicago IL 60611
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Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place 4.535145631067961 out of 5 515

31 Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place Tips

  • Casual 2
  • Parking is cheap 1
  • Dine before you go 1
  • Food and drinks for purchase 1
park in the water tower and the box office validates it and saves $17 - $12 to park - well worth it
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KV
The weather was windy and chill. I wore tourist area, dress accordingly.
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Parking in the Water Tower lot is convenient but $30! Even with a restaurant validation.
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travel....go somewhere else and don't spend a fortune on this hard metal
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We Parked in the Hancock lot across the street that we arranged through Spothero.com. Easy peasy!!! very reasonable.
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mEAT!!! Just around the corner from the theater soooo good! Get the Mac n' cheese, and ask for Lucas.
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$14 cocktails next door on the 12th floor of the Ritz
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Lori Hoyt
if you ask the staff at Evil Dead they have a voucher to make your parking at the Water Tower Place next door $15 and not $30
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Bring some wet wipes if you're in the splatter zone or a poncho if you're a wuss.
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I wore I was the only adult not wearing shorts. You can keep it simple, trust me. .
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The weather was mild. I wore khakis, button-down shirt, blazer, and I was one of the more dressy people in the audience..
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Francesca's on Chestnut or Mitey Nice Grill in Water Tower.
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Park in Water Tower and ask for validation.
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Pre or post theater, visit The Whitehall Hotel, 105 East Delaware for a drink or a delicious pizza at Fornetto Mei Italian Restaurant.
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Parked in the garage at Water Tower Place and it was only $12 with validation. Very reasonable and convenient.
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You can purchase a glass of wine & take it into the theatre. Very apt for this play!
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Check your tickets to make sure you get the right seat. There are three sections to the theatre, and each section has its own numbering system. So, for example, there are three seats in row C with the seat number 5, based on which section you are in.
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We had a nice meal at Bistronomic before we went. Delicious french food just a few blocks from the theatre.
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Or, add your own...to continue the French theme we walked to Bistronomic on N. Wabash for some French cuisine & wine.
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I took my 70 year old parents to this show, and they were dancing in the isles. Right in the heart of downtown Chicago. So much to see and do.
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