362 Aurora Theatre Company Tips
- Casual 2
- Take public transit 5
- Park in lot 2
- Parking is scarce 2
- Dine before you go 1
There’s a parking lot just up the street if you drive but the theater is steps from the Downtown BART Station.
Share anything else here. Just start typing...even though theatre, seats from Goldstar were on the side, that we missed some of the film footage that they showed at top of theatre.
Or, add your own...lots of restaurants around, even though I picked the Chinese on Shattuck, food was good, but staff were not very friendly and slow with the service
A diverse selection of restaurants is within walking distance of Aurora. So plan time for a meal -- before or after the show.
Give yourself time for traffic and for finding parking if you don't want to use BART or garage parking. If you come late you will not be allowed in. If the show has an intermission you are allowed in, if not you're out of luck.
Arrive promptly. Late comers are escorted to the business office, given a chair and then view a monitor until entering at intermission. I learned this the hard way!
The Heir Apparent
If you plan to dine before the play, be sure to reserve. The nearby restaurants, Gecko Gecko, Bella Osteria, Revitalization Bar fill up weeks in advance.
Try eating at Vietnamese hole in wall restaurant on University near site of old theater, or for top notch tequila drinks and Mexican based fare, Comal around the corner.
Dining spots abound on this block, our favorites: Comal for lively bar, Mexican fare; Imm for Thai food on the cheap; Revival for that (albeit pricey) artisan cocktail and great food.
We ate at Revival Kitchen on the corner which was a nice meal, close to the theatre.
Tight aisles in small, new space, with steepish stairs.
there is a garage virtually across the street and they charge $5.00 for the evening