280 Briar Street Theatre Tips
- Casual 7
- Take public transit 2
- Parking is cheap 2
- Parking is expensive 1
- Dine before you go 2
We dined at Mia Francesca on N Clark for a quick meal before the show. They offered good food, quick, excellent service and fair prices.
The weather was Sunny. I wore Comfortable shoes for walking around before the show..
Parking is in a lot next to the theatre for $15. On a Sunday afternoon, we parked for free, on the street which was about 7 blocks away. (On Clark).
Many restaurants within walking distance. We want to Cafe Vienna for brunch before the show, which is about 6 blocks away.
The weather was Warm and sunny. I wore Jeans and a t-shirt.
The weather was Warm and sunny. I wore a sundress, flip flops.
We ate at Ceasers Mexican about a 2 min walk from theatre. Good food and pricing!
Grandsons loved it but would have liked to participate in the audience a little more: i.e.,passing the balloon and toilet paper.
Parking - get there early and have cash on hand for an excellent parking spot. Well worth it.
Blue Man Group Chicago
I wore Casual i saw people with jeans and tee shirts. I dressed casual .
Didn't eat but after the show CVS was down the street and Walgreens but Walgreens was closed my son wanted a snack. I notice a Domino's pizza next to cvs and also for those that are vegetarian or vegan a place next to Domino's didn't get the name
The weather was Hot hot hot. Theater was cool. . I wore I wore a tank top and brought a shawl. .
The small parking lot adjacent to the theater was full so they directed us to the MB bank on the next corner. The price was $15 and if I did it again would have driven around a bit to try to find street parking. The pat to park spots were a 2 hour max but since the show is 90 minutes, we could have used that.