181 Skylight Theatre Tips
- Casual 1
- Parking is cheap 1
- Dine before you go 3
Atrium restant is right next door and has great food choices and wine list.
Have a meal at Palermos (a block up the street) prior to the show. Great homestyle Italian food and wine.
Sugar Plum Fairy
Used the Red Line to go to the theater. Took me about 10 to 15 minutes to walk there. It was easy.
Nicest small theater I've been to in LA. Comfy, feels like an Off Broadway theater, plus the people here are so nice. Love the neighborhood too.
Los Feliz is low key hipster neighborhood, & even these 2 baby boomers enjoyed it a lot. Save some time before/after for a bite, the book store, window shopping in a lovely, fun area of LA.
Light snacks/drinks available @ the theatre, but lots of places to eat very close by. Thai Town walking distance as well.
We found free parking on the street, but it was the weekend. Easy, & theatre is next door to Skylight Books, a wonderful indie bookstore to browse/peruse before the show. Sat outside a very close by French cafe on Vermknt Ave. for delicious cheese plate & tea--very reasonable prices, friendly service, & would definitely have a bigger meal there next time.
Walking distance from Vermont/Sunset metro station. Lot behind Dresdin has $4 parking
Numerous great restaurants on Vermont. Been to Figaro and The grill--enjoyed both.
Share anything else here. Just start typing...A $3 parking lot behind a restaurant is a block away from the theatre.
Ellen DeEtte Tippit
We found parking behind the theatre. It was $5. Very easy in and out. I would recommend parking there.
El Grande Circus de Coca-Cola
The Figaro Bistrot three doors down was excellent and very reasonably priced.
Nearby lots are $4 - $5; street parking is available in nearby neighborhoods but it's a bit tough to find, and you may have to walk
Dontrell, Who Kissed The Sea
use Metro. Red LIne Stop is @ Sunset & strolling you can see all the nice little places to eat.
Palermos is always a great place to grab a quick bite and a glass of wine.