145 Boch Center Wang Theatre Tips
- Casual 2
- Dressy 1
- Dine before you go 2
The weather was Cold and windy. I wore A nice sweater and pants . A pair of nice shoes..
We had dinner at Genki Ya, a Japanese restaurant 2 minutes walk from the theater, love this place!
The weather was Nice. I wore Pants and a sweater and of course flat shoes..
Ate at Panera Bread in the essence of time, but many places local to the theatre to eat. Need to allow time for parking and waiting to be seated and served.
The weather was chilly, but seasonal for the area.. I wore a dress and heels befitting going to an evening at the theatre. Dress varied, but most people were mostly business casual or better..
Parking is expensive, but I parked in a lot close by to avoid having to walk too far on a chilly evening in heels. It was worth it.
Since we were with four year olds, we went to Finale after for a wonderful sampling of desserts and great cappuccino.
The weather was sunny and not too cold. I wore a Christmas sweater, and slacks..
Parked on the street since it is legal in Boston on Sunday and you don't have to feed the meter....
We ate at Jacob Wirth just around the corner on Stuart Street... it's a unique pub with lots of German food and specials. We had black angus burgers that were cooked to our liking and they were delicious.
Seating at the Wang is torturous. Maybe orchestra is better, but the balcony seats were small and unbelievably uncomfortable.
The weather was warm for November. I wore business casusal clothing.
Plan on getting food or drink before or after the performance, not at the Wang Center.