72 Marietta's New Theatre in the Square Tips
- Casual 2
- Dressy 2
- Parking is free 1
- Arrive early 1
- Parking is scarce 1
- Dine before you go 4
- Food and drinks for purchase 2
The weather was Cool.. I wore Dress is business casual. .
Only snacks & drinks are available. So, Eat before you go.
Parking is scarce closet to the venue, so one would have to pay up to $5 to park about 2 streets away and walk to the theater.
Beware parking has apparently always been a challenge during peak times (like evenings/nights during weekend) for the entire area of Marietta Square, at no fault of this theater. However, there is a larger parking lot north west and a public deck north east of this theater. Both options are just a couple blocks walk.
I ate at Hemingway's right around the corner. I recommend it
The weather was A little windy and cool. I wore Sweater and a jacket with a nice pair of pants and boots. I even wore a hat to jazz it up!!.
Lots of neat places on the square to eat. We ate salads at the Taqueria Tsunami. Service was fast and food delicious
The weather was sunny but chilly. I wore Wore casual pants suits but there is a wide range of about everything from Sunday church ( I did go on a Sunday)to jeans.
Check out Kiosco for great Colombian food just around the corner from the theater -- but make a reservation since there are only 8 tables in the restaurant and they are always full because the food and service are incredible!
Park free at city of marietta building lot o. Weekends 3 block walk not bad
Taqueria Tsunami - great flavors and reasonably priced. Just one short block from the theater. It gets crowded, so get your name on the Wait List (thank yu YELP) before you set out.
Finding parking is hard so arrive early to try and get a spot. DO NOT park at the Walgreens. They will boot your car.
The weather was Warm but the theater was cold. Bring a jacket. . I wore I wore a sundress and sandals. .
Dining on the Square, all the choices, before or after the theater, your choice.