839 Rockwell: Table & Stage Tips
- Casual 7
- Dressy 1
- Festive 1
- Splurge for valet 2
- Take public transit 1
- Park in lot 1
- Food and drinks for purchase 8
- Dine before you go 1
The food at Rockwell is pretty tastey, unless you're a vegetarian then you're options are very limited and not that great.
It's Los Feliz, Street parking is scarce, but there is a parking lot in back.
2 items required at the venue - food's pretty good, as are drinks drinks and the prices were more than they should be, but less than they could be.
meters are open after 8pm, otherwise they're only 1 hour. Neighborhood parking is possible, but tough. Multiple cheap lots exist.
The weather was warm. I wore what I wore to work that day (dress and heels) but you can wear anything.
There is valet parking in the back but nearby side streets will eventually yield a spot as well. Dresden lot next door is $4.
$6 valet parking in the alley or $5 lot parking at the bank across the street.
Valet parking was only $6. Super easy, right behind the building, friendly guys.
Eat at the Rockwell Stage and Table venue. It will not disappoint. Variety of great menu items, full bar, GREAT SERVICE, a really cool place to visit.
The weather was sunny and warm. I wore a semi-dressy short skirt, sweater, heels.
long wait after the show for valet. Use sidestreets
Two Item Minimum. Cheapest route is about a drink and a plate of fries and can still be pricey.
Very confusing check suggests how much to tip. Be sure to read carefully.
You may end up sharing a table with other patrons
It's a dinner theater. We usually ordered the prix fixe meals but this time we ate beforehand. You should arrive an hour early to beat the rush for dinner orders. Or you can save a little money and eat before you arrive and use your two item purchase requirement on drinks or dessert...or both. I ordered calamari and the skillet chocolate chip cookie. The calamari was okay. But the cookie was FANTASTIC! If you like red wine I recommend their Malbec.
Get the check around the middle of the show to avoid the rush at the end of the show.
Some of the tables are counter-height with barstool chairs.
It's a dinner show...food and drink aplenty!
Drinks and food were very good (we ordered pizza with truffles and mushrooms and hamburgers)
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The weather was nice. No major concerns.. I wore slacks, button-down shirt, and an American Rag brand jacket. Just the standard restrictions. No sports jerseys and all that..