3,072 Ahmanson Theatre Tips
- Dressy 7
- Casual 4
- Festive 1
- Take public transit 6
- Park in lot 3
- Arrive early 2
- Dine before you go 5
- Food and drinks for purchase 4
- Pack a picnic 1
If you are fortunate enough to live near the 92 take the 92 bus because it literally lets you off right outside the theater and for a matinee, you're able to catch the bus right outside. Total cost: $4.50 for public transit, saved money possibly on parking, or Uber/Lyft. The garage can be a nightmare if you are the last person to get out of a show.star this tip starred
Had dinner at the tented outdoor restaurant, Would definitely recommend the portabello mushroom burger.
A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murderstar this tip starred
I'm not a vegan but the Asian vegan restaurant around the corner, Au Lac, is elegant and has wonderful food. We ate there after An Act of God and it was a revelation, even for this carnivore. I had the raw burrito: cultured beans, macadamia cheese, guacamole, heirloom tomatoes, lettuce, onion, sprouts with jalapeño puree. Light but satisfying. The charming and very zen chef anointed our wrists with a fragrant oil he concocted himself as we left. Great serve and an easy walk, at Hope and First.star this tip starred
Grand Central Market is just a short walk. Baby Blue BBQ is even closer with music at night.
An Act of Godstar this tip starred
After 40 years, the theater allows drinks in the auditorium and people sneak in snacs either from outside or from the concessions. This is an exteremely base idea as cracking noises from food unwrapping are constant and annoying. If someone does this, tell them to stop or shut up! And phones off!star this tip starred
Ate at the outdoor restaurant between the Ahmanson and the Music Center. Would recommend the portabella mushroom burger highly...it was delicious! Didn't even miss the meat! Definitely try it!
The Sound of Musicstar this tip starred