50 Theatre 80 Tips
- Casual 2
- Take public transit 1
- Parking is scarce 1
- Dine before you go 1
Lots of great looking places to eat and drink. The theatre is connected to a bar that serves great crepes.
I wore skort and light top..
Ate atTaquiera, which was right across the street from the show. What delcious flavorful tacos and the gaucolmole so rich and creamy. This is the stuff that dreams are made of... WOW!! We opted for Sangria which was so light and refreshing on a hot day. What a great little find. Cannot wait to return
For the adults if you want a drink after the show, there's a bar right next to it, however there's plenty of places within the walking distance of the neighborhood with variety of choices if you want to sit in somewhere and get your grub on.
The weather was the room was a bit chilly but bearable.
Have a crepe from the bar next door - amazing!
I wore casual...jeans are fine.... .
If you are near center aisle front row you may get pulled onstage for a fun - not embarrassing volunteer opportunity.
Lots of great restaurants on St. Marks Place, and all night happy hours after. Plan to stay in the neighborhood.
The crepes from the connected tavern to die for!
The weather was raining. I wore Casual dress is acceptable.
Thier is parking blocks from the theater
Some kids, some adults.
Take the L
Went to luzzos. Great coal oven pizza. About 5 blocks away.
The bar at the theatre looked really cosy. Come early to enjoy some drinks before the show.
We drove, lots of street parking
Free parking east of 1st Ave
We took a cab from Penn. Traffic was horrible. took us half an hour to get there. Use the subway.