270 New York City Center Tips
- Casual 6
- Dressy 1
- Festive 1
- Take public transit 3
- Parking is expensive 2
- Call a cab 2
- Dine before you go 3
- No food allowed 1
If you park across the street, the City Center will validate your parking so you get a discount.
Eat at Topaz, a Thai restaurant on West 56th st between 6th and 7th avenue. If you check in on Yelp, you get a free lychee mimosa. There's a full bar. Lunch specials are until 4 p.m. The dinner menu is very reasonable, nice size portions, excellent service. I recommend the chicken Pad Thai and the Chicken Pad see ew.
The weather was sunny.. I wore Anything goes the music spans 70's-90's. .
Great resturants in the area !
Cabin in the Sky
The weather was Cold enough to "freeze a brass monkey". I wore Layers and more layers!.
Cabin in the Sky
The weather was SNOW AND SLUSHY. I wore TURTLENECK, JEANS, BOOTS, WARM COAT, HAT & GLOVES.
Around the corner is an "Au Bon Pain" with soups, salads, best mac & cheese ever and sanwiches.
Do not see this show or buy any of the books it sponsors. Save your money and your time.
Audience members in the orchestra seats were treated differently from those in the less expensive balcony seats. Sorry, Arianna, but I always had the idea that we don't do that in this country.
Buses run very frequently & stop at corner of 5th Ave. & W 55th St. Subway at corner of 55th St & 7th Ave. Many restaurants, all prices to choose from, on 55th St. Neighborhood seems very safe. Wear whatever you want. Theatre is awesome. Great to be amongst dance lovers in the audience.
Central Garage on 56th St. betw. 6th and 7th gives discount with City Center tickets
The weather was cold!. I wore dress sweater and nice jeans with dress leather boots..
As well parking was available at meters starting at 7:00 pm which was more than enough time to walk the 2 blocks to the theater and was a lot cheaper even at inflated NYC meter rates.