67 Emerson Paramount Center Robert J. Orchard Stage Tips
- Casual 2
- Park in lot 1
- Dine before you go 1
We parked in a garage on Avenue de Lafayette and pre-paid $20 for supposedly quick, easy exit. SAVE YOUR PARKING RECEIPT! The machine would not accept the ticket. It took 2 parking attendants to resolve the issue, backing up exit traffic in the process.
Lots of places to eat around the Paramount. Q has a wonderful happy hour. Buy a drink for around $12, get two appetizers each at half price.
We parked on Ave deLafayette, in the garage. $18. Not outrageous, and less than a block away.
The weather was inclement, starting to snow. I wore nice jeans and a sweater. The temperature in the theater was perfect. Most people were dressed semi-casually. Probably more to do with the weather, but being a more modern show, would not be out of place any other time..
Or, add your own...We ate at the fours when we got out of North Station. The food was GREAT, then a $5.00 cab ride to the show.
40 Beach St garage in Chinatown only 2 blocks away, $12 - but very tight!
Così fan tutte
Dine before you go, or go directly across the street to Legal's new restaurant. Very upscale food and sophisticated atmosphere. Lovely wines, delicious food at affordable rates. Next time we go we will caution them to use less oil in their dishes. Affordable rates, however.
We ate at Sip, two doors down from the theatre. Quick service from a delightful waitress. They have small plates, so sharing is encouraged, and enjoyed>
get the orange line in Boston and get off at Chinatown. Just a short walk to theater. Eat at Salvatores just next store.