174 Metropolitan Opera House Tips
The weather was nice for Octomber31!. I wore nice dress, end shoes! I respect my self! .
I wore The vast majority of the audience was dressed for the occasion - suits/sport jackets, dresses. Enhanced the overall experience..
The weather was cold and clear.. I wore a dress and my husband wore a jacket and nice pants. It's the Opera you had some ladies in gowns. But there were slobs there in jeans..
The weather was frigid. I wore dress with layers.
The weather was cold...very cold!. I wore Dressy trousers and a sequined trim silk blouse; my boyfriend wore dress pants and a Oxford shirt with dress shoes..
The weather was sunny. I wore a jacket and tie.
I wore a dress..
The weather was Sunny. I wore linen suit.
Please don't turn on (bright-screened) cell phones during performance. Please don't talk. Please don't lean forward, blocking the view of those behind you. Some in the audience demonstrated such extremely poor manners.
The Smith is a good place to eat before you go.
Public transportation is very convenient. I prefer to walk up from Penn Station, and even later at night, if you can endure all else that Times Square entails, the activity ensures it not being desolate for a walk back. That said, due to the length of performance, the LIRR schedule was not accommodating on my return, even having expedited by subway.