342 Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts Tips
- Casual 3
- Take public transit 2
- Street parking only 1
- Parking is scarce 1
- Dine before you go 4
We ate at Five Horses Tavern South End which we walked to and was fun. There are closer restaurants. Caffe Nero was a nice spot to get coffee and only a block away or so from the venue.
We ate at the Beehive, right next door. We had a delicious meal- menu has burgers, duck (delicious). Reservations needed.
The Beehive, directly next door, has great food and drink...a little pricey but perfect for a night out on the town.
I went to a Thai rest. that was within walking distance from the theater. The food was fabulous.
I wore nice Jeans and a top w/scarf.
The Banyan Refuge nearby is awesome for Asian tapas. Nice outdoor tables.
The weather was beautiful summer weather . I wore summer clothes, casual.
PICCO - right next door to the Calderwood, and great for either before the show or after! www.piccorestaurant.com/
Many good choices in the neighborhood
Eat in Boston. Food is more expensive near the BCA and restaurants are almost always full to bursting.
it's a 7 minute walk. Do not try to find parking.
I wore fabulousness. .
Or, add your own...
or, add your own...
We dined right across the street at The Butchery (Barbara Lynch restaurant) and it was great and convenient. Nice night out.
Aquitaine is nearby at Clarendon & Tremont -good food and convenient loc
parking at Clarendon garage - 100 Clarendon St - was $17 for matinee performance - great daytime rate!
parking lot right behind the Calderwood for $20 (night rate)
Picco's for an ice cream before. Get Clarendon garage parking stub validated.
Theater management should have vetted the decision relating to letting in these kids a little more closely including asking the chaperones to control their charges. It was an unfortunate blemish to a great play.