872 Rockwell: Table & Stage Tips
- Casual 9
- Festive 2
- Dressy 1
- Splurge for valet 4
- Park in lot 2
- Take public transit 1
- Food and drinks for purchase 13
- Dine before you go 2
Valet is reasonable, as street parking can be scarce in the area.
I wore cold in the venue.
An Evening of Classic Broadway
$10 valet parking for Rockwell is available, but literally adjacent to that lot is a $5. And if you're lucky you can find free street parking around
These tickets from with the caveat of needing to purchase two menu items - these can be anything from entrees to cocktails to desserts, so you don't have to break the bank for this caveat by any means. The only thing you can't use it on is something like a soda.
Park a few doors down at The Dresden for $4.
Broadway Sings Disney
The food was very good. There is a minimum purchase required.
Up With a Twist
The weather was perfect. I wore a tank top and skirt.
Up With a Twist
Parking can be found a few blocks down for $5.00 (half the price of the venue parking).
Have been going to events at Rockwell via Goldstar for years. In fact, attended a show there a week and a half ago. They have a 2 item minimum which was always sufficed with a food item and beverage. Tonight we were told it is now a 2 food item minimum & beverages don't count. There were no signs displayed mentioning this change. The waiter last week said nothing about an upcoming change in their policy. We didn't stay and red velvet cancelled our tickets for their Disney show. No one likes a bait and switch situation.
Limited Brunch menu, but everything was good.
Excellent food selection and great portions
The weather was A little chilly. I wore Work attaire.
The official Rockwell Parking Lot was $10.00. The lot next to it was $6.00.
Expensive for what you get! Wait staff, seemed inexperienced. Chef did not abide by request of NO onions :-(
You can save $4 on parking if you park behind the Dresden as opposed to parking behind the Rockwell.
Eat somewhere else first then just get the minimum 2 items.