748 Laguna Playhouse Tips
- Casual 6
- Dressy 3
- Festive 2
- Arrive early 5
- Park in lot 4
- Parking is free 2
- Dine before you go 6
- Food and drinks for purchase 4
Parking is free on the street north of the Pageant, during the off season, just half a block walk.
Allow sufficient travel time for Laguna Canyon Road.
We go to "happy hour" at the Lumberyard (and u can park there if u eat there.) The snacks are great. Then we drive to the parking lot directly across from the playhouse for free parking also ....... except for during the summer when EVERYTHING is a madhouse.
During intermission if the downstairs women's bathroom line is long go upstairs to the upstairs women's bathroom which has 2 stalls & a much shorter line.
Small selection of drinks sold. We went to Las Brisas afterwards - great way to end an already great day.
Parking in playhouse lot is $10 - if you park across the street it is $20 for the whole day.
The weather was Typical for so cal Laguna Beach - pwrfwcr. I wore Cool fabric - but long sleeves and long pants.
Parking is expensive and scarce, unless you can find an empty meter on the street
The weather was warm. I wore comfy dress and heels.
Go early parking crazy! Be prepared to walk a ways during the summer months
We ate at the white house on PCH. It was delicious!
The weather was Warm but take a sweater. I wore A dress. My husband wrote shorts .
If you have purchased a ticket to see The Pageant next door, you can use it to enter the pageant grounds and peruse the art as well as listen to different live bands there most nights 5:30-7:30.
We enjoyed happy hour at Nirvana Grille before the show great appitizers were enough for dinner and its within walking distance.
Parking across the street was free.
I wore jeans but every mode of dress was worn and totally acceptable..
We discovered a restaurant The Hill. It had a delightful patio and overlook the ocean. Food was great and inexpensive. Given the hot weather, it was a great place to stay cool.
We took advantage of a close by restaurant called Ivory (across the street between the SawDust Festival and Art-a-Faire. It was wonderful. Highly recommend it.
Romeo Cucina on Broadway is a great place to eat before play.
We parked across the street for $3.00 instead of $10.00.