237 The Broadwater - Main Stage Tips
- Casual 3
- Parking is cheap 1
- Dine before you go 3
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
We drove & went early-ish so we could take advantage of happy hour dinner @ Connie & Ted's! So we could try a Jonathan Gold recommended spot before a great play.
Remain alert. Tents and some of the parked cars were indications that some of the city's more desperate have taken up residence nearby since the last time I visited this Lillian Way venue.
Street parking right next to the venue was scarce, but was available a block or so away.
Look for The Faculty right around the corner and enjoy a great sandwich and beer before/after the show.
The weather was night was cool.. I wore slacks, a nice top and jacket..
A Woman of No Importance
Parking in the lot next to the building for $5. Quite a deal. Great Italian place around the corner. Bookshop across the street if you want to browse while you wait for the house to open.
$5 to park in the lot or plenty of free street parking within a block.
Free parking for those eating at Pizza Paul's (which is highly yummy).
Watch out for residential permit hours. Lot was $5, nice guys handling it.
Empanadas for take-out at Rincon Chileno (half block west on Melrose). Because who wouldn't want a meat pie after this bloody good time.
so many parking signs on the neighboring streets that you can easily miss the permit only signs. Park in the theatres lot for $5 and avoid an expensive ticket
WARNING! Read street parking signs very carefully. It was Sunday night and the meterfolk were issuing tickets.
They have beer, wine, tea, snacks at concession