176 Cadillac Palace Theatre Tips
Street park is maximum 2 hrs for $6.50. Self park garage is $ 15 after 3 pm.
The Phantom of the Opera
We ate at Siam Rice, just around the corner from Cadilac Palace and had a great meal. Great food, BYOB so kept the Bill down. VERY prompt service - easy in/out in less than 1 hour. And you can watch cast/crew entering the Stage door behind the theater!
leave plenty of time for picking up tickets as the box office is not so efficient. I saw the trouble they were having hearing names, so I had my license out to save that hassle.
The weather was Very cold, but it is January in Chicago.. I wore Red sweater, black skinny pants with boots..
There are two self parking across the street. Self-parking building $37 or right next to it is outside parking for $15
We ate dinner next door at 312 Chicago. Its an upscale italian restaurant. Good food.
or, add your own...Don't count on catching a cab after the show . It's difficult at best.
Cost of refreshments inside the theater are reasonable - There is a bar just next to the theater -good beer, martinis and food
If you do a search around the theater, you’ll find parking available to pre-purchase online. It was affordable and easy. We used LaSalle Parking, which is a modified valet parking.
Several places to choose from in the blocks surrounding the theater, but we chose 312 Chicago. Excellent service and choices. Beverages are available in the theater, and are even allowed in during the production.
The weather was COLD and windy.. I wore Dressy casual and long outer coat with long scarf..
Take advantage of the parking that is the "official parking for the opera. It is only $16.00 for the evening...on Wells
Park in Interpark Self Pay lot it is only $15.00 when you show your theatre tickets.
Head over to Monk's Pub either before or afterwards for great burgers and a warming atmosphere.
If you're in the city - take the RTA or a bus. Parking adds up quick.
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