Tips for Odyssey Theatre

2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90025
4.0 by 4415 members
Odyssey Theatre 4.00779161947905 out of 5 4415

694 Odyssey Theatre Tips

  • Casual 2
  • Park in lot 1
  • Parking is free 1
Lucy R. Red Velvet
There is free parking next to theater. To enjoy some drinks like soda & coffee & snacks for purchase, arrive 20 min. prior to performance. Drinks & food not allowed in theater.
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I wish the theater would replace the sofas with ones with a higher back. The current low backs are extremely uncomfortable.
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The weather was It was a sunny afternoon. I wore A sundress and sandals .
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or, add your own...$3.00 parking fee in limited lot but plenty of street parking on local streets.
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I wore a sweater, flip-flops, etc..
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They do have a small snack bar with snackiefood such as chips sodas and candy. Maybe even some popcorn
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lots of great restaurants in the area!
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Don
The area around the theatre is a wasteland, but there are many interesting restaurants on Sawtelle, the other side of the 405, mainly Japanese.
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Don
Ample parking by theatre for $3.
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The weather was night. I wore jeans.
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Little Osaka on Sawtelle Blvd. is burgeoning with tasty/trendy restaurants and is a mere 2-minute drive / 11-minute walk from the theater.
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The Odyssey Theatre is comfortable and well ventilated with a friendly and accommodating staff. Parking is a breeze.
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There appeared to be easy street parking but I was feeling lazy and opted to pay $3 to park in the theater lot.
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The weather was a sunny, breezy LA afternoon.. I wore a very casual short/sweater ensemble to a matinee performance and was very comfortable..
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The weather was cool. I wore sweater. .
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Go early - they sometimes charge for their lot, so you may want to scout for nearby street parking - which is usually not too hard to find.
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Park for free on the deserted side street behind the theater rather than paying.
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Very large, nice lobby with seating. Plenty of al fresco seating as well. Often they have nice treats for sale.
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Drive by and check their lot first - it is often free, but sometimes they use a pay attendant. Then street is often avail.
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