287 Chance Theater Tips
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If you can go when there is a tea party, you won't be disappointed
Chance Theater is a very nice facility with multiple stages. There is plenty of parking. We made the mistake of thinking we would eat in the shopping center where the Cinema City movie theater is located. It was a Sunday evening, but the movie theater was packed - no parking and a major traffic tie-up as there is limited access to the parking lot. If you decide to eat here, go early. We went back to Tom's Place and had a relaxing dinner before the play. The play is one hour and twenty minutes with no intermission.
There are several restaurants across the street from the Theatre. For In-And-Out fans, there is one in the shopping center next to the theatre. Knowlwood, known for its hamburgers, is across the street in the Anaheim Hills Shopping Center. The Fish Grill is in the same center. Their food is very good and the portions are large enough to share.
Wine, beer and water can be purchased and taken in. We dined at Yve's Bistro after. Still fantastic after all these years!
Try True Seasons Organic Kitchen across the street in the center with the movie theatres. Organic ShabuShabu hot pot. We alwasy eat there before the Chance (or after). http://trueseasonskitchen.com/
The weather was temp inside was comfortable. I wore a dress and had a trenchcoat with me..
California Fish Grill across street at La Palma & Imperial (movie theater in same shopping center) serves great grilled fish at very reasonable prices. Fast, casual dining style. Parking is a bit tight but worth hunting for a spot.
At the corner of Imperial & La Palma are lots of places to eat. We discovered "California Fish Grill" A fast, casual place on the northwest corner. Small but has more tables in the back. Reasonably priced grilled fish that was quite tasty.
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They had alcoholic beverages, and the signature cocktail (the Aqua Net) was really tasty!!
I wore Pants and a nice top. .
most seating is first-come, first-served (some reserved for VIP), so wait in lobby nearest doors at house open.
The weather was cloudy. I wore jeans and a blouse.
The weather was fine. Air conditioning was a little cool. Bring a wrap.. I wore a pretty top and slacks, with a jacket..
Get off Imperial Hwy off the 91. Much easier that way. Go north one light and make a left on La Palma and the Theater is on the left across from Wescom Credit Union.
General Audience seating is only in the last 2 rows of the theater (which is still only the 7th row from the stage, so very close up), but get there early to grab seats!
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