303 The Annoyance Theatre & Bar Tips
- Casual 5
- Dressy 1
- Take public transit 3
- Parking is scarce 1
- Dine before you go 3
- Food and drinks for purchase 3
We stopped at Andy’s Thai kitchen down the street for dinner beforehand. It is so delicious and is byob. They do not take reservations so make sure to get there early enough to leave time to get to the show.
Servers available to take drink orders during show. We hit Cesar's Mexican Restaurant prior to show as it was very close. Not the best food in the world but definitely decent, as well as good margaritas.
Lots of places to eat/drink before hand as well as food and drinks available at the theater.
Shark Tank: The Musical
There is parking really close to this theater. But it gets crowded fast.
The weather was sunny, hot. I wore shorts, shirt and sandals. The entire complex has good HVAC so we were never too hot while inside..
The theater and bar were on the second floor, as you enter there's a large staircase but if you go around to the left there's an elevator.
We ate at a nearby restaurant before the show, but there was the option to eat there either before or during the show. They also had a full bar with the option to purchase drinks before or during the show. I liked that seating was set up around small tables to facilitate eating and drinking if you so chose. But there was no pressure to purchase anything if you didn't want to.
I wore a dress and sweater but most people were dressed pretty casually. Hubby wore a dress shirt and slacks..
The theatre has junk food and expesive drinks. We had dinner at Jack's on Halsted - which was great!
Jack's on Halsted is just a couple of blocks away. If you eat there, you can purchase a $5 parking pass good for the whole evening. They'll even keep your leftovers (if you have any :-) -- in the fridge so you can pick them up after the show. Nice outdoor dining in back
The Raven and the Messenger
Easy street parking with metered spaces
Tuesday Night Thing (TNT)