164 Lamb's Players Theatre Tips
- Casual 4
- Formal 1
- Street parking only 2
- Parking is scarce 2
- Parking is a breeze 1
The weather was warm . I wore a summer dress, my husband slacks and a nice Hawaiian shirt. Very California casual..
Village Pizzeria in the next block south from Lambs'. Catch Happy Hour, order the Brussel sprouts and garlic knots half price before 6 pm.
Do not park in the public parking lot 3 blocks south of the theatre; they charge $5 per half hour!
Definitely arrive early. Parking on the street is free after 6pm, however it's scarce, so arrive early. Supposedly there's a lot nearby, but couldn't find it. After we parked we did notice valet parking for a good price.
Be sure to get your ticket validated if you park in the garage nearby!! We didn't know but the attendant helped us out. Would have been $30 otherwise.
Arrive early for dinner...there's several yummy options or get a coffee next door or visit the candy shop nearby.
We found free parking at a metered spot not far from the theater. The metered parking is free after 6 pm.
We dined at Vigilucci's before the show. They have a great Happy Hour menu, and if you sit at the bar you get a free charcuterie plate. The meatballs are not to be missed. Our entire check for three drinks and the appetizers was under $25.
We ate at Panera before show. TheFuzziwig's Candy Factory was a tasty treat afterwards.
The weather was Beautiful, Labor Day weekend 2pm show. I wore Dress shoes. Next time, I will bring good walking shoes to enjoy strolling on nearby beach & lovely neighborhoods.
Parking was a breeze about 3 blocks from the theatre. Plenty of street parking and meters after 6 are free. We went to a weeknight session.
We had dinner ~1 hour before the performance at LeRoy's across the street from the venue. Plan ahead if you want a table or just eat at the bar. Staff are conscientious of play-goers and ensure prompt delivery of food/check.