Tips for Arts Garage

94 NE 2nd Ave. Delray Beach FL 33444
Goldstar
4.4 by 779 members
Arts Garage 4.362387676508343 out of 5 779

30 Arts Garage Tips

  • Dine before you go 3
  • Pack a picnic 3
JoelNYFL
23 events
13 reviews
1 stars
Park in the garage above the venue for $5 all evening... come early and have dinner in town.
Gail
4 events
2 reviews
0 stars
I wore a simple sleeveless dress and a jacket. As the a/c came on and off, I found myself taking the jacket on and off. .
Jeff Balkan
Jeff Balkan
9 events
2 reviews
28 stars
Great restaurants everywhere
Bobby Watson All-Star Quartet
Nancy Farmer-Lanz
7 events
1 review
13 stars
Angel Elua on Jog Road and Burt & Max at the Delray Marketplace are high end restaurants with proven gourmet fare every time.
Sidney Mason
2 events
1 review
7 stars
ate at the office....great food, but noise level very high
Diane Orishak
Diane Orishak
14 events
4 reviews
18 stars
The weather was sunny & windy.. I wore slacks & light jacket..
The Devil’s Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith
Diane Orishak
Diane Orishak
14 events
4 reviews
18 stars
We ate at Carpe Diem, our favorite, affordable French/Med cuisine, one block from theatre.
The Devil’s Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith
Diane Orishak
Diane Orishak
14 events
4 reviews
18 stars
Parking garage is $5 across the street from the Arts Garage.
The Devil’s Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith
Renee Chevalier
Renee Chevalier
14 events
7 reviews
37 stars
Wine, beer, cheese and bread will be your best choice
Jazz Violinist Vitali Imereli
Renee Chevalier
Renee Chevalier
14 events
7 reviews
37 stars
The weather was Cool and breezy . I wore Jeans, shirt and scarf.
Jazz Violinist Vitali Imereli
Sheldon Forman
Sheldon Forman Red Velvet
36 events
24 reviews
25 stars
My friend and I was able to eat subs from Subway along with soft drinks.
Reborning
Eliot Ostrow
9 events
1 review
20 stars
You can bring your own food and drink here, and with reserved seats, you get seats at a table. I wouldn't bring a full meal here, but people brought wine and cheese and similar things. I wish we had; we will next time.
Skwak Lanning
11 events
6 reviews
3 stars
With the hour long Radio Drama I think it is best to not bring food. People were rattling bags and trying to set the table in the dark and quiet of the show. How about going across the street to N2 Wine bar for a light bite before the show and then yummy dark chocolate/raspberry dish after the show!
Courtney P.
4 events
1 review
0 stars
You certainly can partake in any of the excellent restaurants off Atlantic Ave in downtown and then catch the show, if you'd like! But, why not take advantage of the fact you can b.y.o.b.! Bring any kind of food or drink you want, but you have to provide your own cups, plates, silverware.
Courtney P.
4 events
1 review
0 stars
Depending on if you attend a matinee or evening performance, you may have trouble with parking, or it could be a breeze! There is a garage conveniently located in the same building as the theatre. There is a lot across the street, or there is meter parking along all the streets in downtown.
Courtney P.
4 events
1 review
0 stars
The weather was sunny. I wore a strapless sundress, sandals, and brought a cardigan because it was chilly in the theatre..
Amanda J. Roy
2 events
1 review
2 stars
The weather was Night, warm. I wore A dress and heels. Nothing too fancy, but theatre appropriate. Shorts would be out of place..
Amanda J. Roy
2 events
1 review
2 stars
They have some snacks and soda available for purchase, but bring your own picnic. Drinks and wine are fine to bring as well. People brought carry-out from their favorite restaurant. We took wine, cheese, bread and dip.

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