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Rockwell: Table & Stage
1714 N. Vermont Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90027
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33 events
11 reviews
56 stars
You may end up sharing a table with other patrons
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33 events
11 reviews
56 stars
It's a dinner theater. We usually ordered the prix fixe meals but this time we ate beforehand. You should arrive an hour early to beat the rush for dinner orders. Or you can save a little money and eat before you arrive and use your two item purchase requirement on drinks or dessert...or both. I ordered calamari and the skillet chocolate chip cookie. The calamari was okay. But the cookie was FANTASTIC! If you like red wine I recommend their Malbec.
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Reviews & Ratings

"For the Record: The Coen Brothers"
218 ratings
4.8 average rating
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23 events
10 reviews
3 stars
attended Jul 29 2011

This event loses one star because the seating is ridiculously cramped and because the two-drink minimum, automatic 18% gratuity means bad service by the servers. The adorable hostess, however, is great.

The actual show itself is amazeballs!...continued

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147 events
77 reviews
15 stars
attended Jul 30 2011

Like it a lot but the volume at times was deafening. We were seated in the front, right next to one of the speakers and would have appreciated if the hostess would have let us know that and given us the option to sit further back, as we never had...continued

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416 events
34 reviews
2 stars
attended Aug 18 2011

As usual with the movie director-themed Shows at Barre, this is a fun, creative, lively evening of fabulous music sung even more fabulously by a most attractive cast of talent. Professional and slick, but always spontaneous and loose...I've yet...continued

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“When fans convene to celebrate the wit and wackiness of so many of the brothers’ beloved movies, it’s often a raucous good time.” -" ":
“If you’ve seen the movies, you’ll appreciate the musical memories. If you haven’t, there’s a good chance you’ll know the songs anyway, and singing along is encouraged.” -LA Weekly