Tips for Rockwell: Table & Stage

1714 N. Vermont Ave. Los Angeles CA 90027
4.6 by 2346 members
Rockwell: Table & Stage 4.61325660699062 out of 5 2346

804 Rockwell: Table & Stage Tips

  • Casual 3
  • Dressy 1
  • Festive 1
  • Parking is a breeze 1
  • Parking is cheap 1
  • Call a cab 1
  • Food and drinks for purchase 5
  • Dine before you go 1
greengirl
Drinks and food were very good (we ordered pizza with truffles and mushrooms and hamburgers)
Romeo + Juliet: Love Is a Battlefield
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The weather was nice. No major concerns.. I wore slacks, button-down shirt, and an American Rag brand jacket. Just the standard restrictions. No sports jerseys and all that..
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Park off the main street in the residential area for free after a certain time. Enter through the back and NOT the front (where the stage is). If you're too early (like we were) you'll catch them barely setting up. Sit at the bar in the meantime.
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Hit up the bar for Happy Hour before the show. Good, strong, and tasty.
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If you want to save yourself a couple bucks, there is $5 parking at the Bank of America directly across the street on Vermont.
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Rockwell-LA offers valet parking for $7 I think. You can park for free on the streets in the area. Two blocks North of this venue on the side street where the Scientology building is located you can park in their lot for $5. Someone is there in the parking lot to watch over the cars.
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Hal
$5. self parking lot behind Rockwell and other $5 parking lots available nearby. Residential street parking is difficult. Can go casual but better to dress up a little it's dinner and show.
The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Cruel Intentions
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If you want to know what attire to wear, just call the venue. It was casual, so I just worse jeans and a shirt with regular skate shoes and they were fine with it.
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Get there faster on the weekend by avoiding the highway
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The weather was still warm since LA had a long summer into fall.. I wore A dress but many people had jeans and a nice, sometimes sexy, top..
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I ate at the venue and enjoyed my meal.
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I took the Lyft there and back and it was perfect.
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The filet mignon tacos are the perfect appetizer
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Get there early so you can get your food and a cocktail before the mad rush of people come in.
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There's a 2 item minimum required. I wouldn't recommend eating dinner there as they're really slow with getting food out. Their desserts are pretty good though.
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Street parking is available if you can find it. They have valet parking for $7 I do believe. I park in a self park lot (Scientology Center parking lot) for $5. You make a right at the first light after you pass Rockwell-LA.
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The sugar snap peas were pretty good but drowning in oil. Entrees about $15. Desserts looked huge. Don't bother w/bruschetta!
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I wore Dressy shirt and slacks but lots of thirty-somethings were hiply dressed in party clothing..
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You can sit at a regular table or at an elevated bar table. Either provides a great view of the performance. The performance takes place in various parts of the room. Lighting is great. Sound and acoustics are magnificent. If your view is blocked by part of the architecture, it's only for a few minutes. Also, there's so much other activity going on that you're not really missing the center of focus. Everything feeds into the entire performance.
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Getting into the theater is not the traditional mode. No matter what your abilities (handicapped accessibility is at the rear), you enter via the back door. To do otherwise means you literally crawl over all the people already seated in order to get to the back of the room and be told to stand in line at the back door.
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