112 Whitmore-Lindley Theatre Center Tips
- Casual 2
- Parking is scarce 1
The weather was Hot!. I wore T-shirt and shorts, I was the worst dressed. ?.
Get there early to find parking.
The weather was sunny.. I wore a warm sweater because the theater is always cold..
Plenty of interesting and varied restaurants in the same block - Kahuna Tiki (where my group ate - sushi/tropical, great tropical setting plus a sushi bar), there's also a Thai restaurant, a ramen place, a pub. Also, parking is sparse, so if you go early for dinner first you have a better chance at finding a spot on the street (metered until 8 pm) or in one of the garages.
Parking can be tough. It's pretty easy to park in the huge mall lot across the street (Carl's Jr. on the corner), and there's no signs that say you can't. I was fine.
There is street parking only and it can be tough to find. Get there early.
We ate after the matinee at Eclectic Cafe... recommended by the theater personnell... delicious!!
they sell snacks during intermission like chips, chocolate, soda for $1 each. The play is a little long so make sure to eat before you go or bring snack with you to eat during intermission.
we had a little trouble finding street parking so we had to pay $5 to park in a lot
The weather was very warm . I wore shorts and flats, nothing fancy.
Don't park in front of the adjacent stores. That is private parking and they tow....
The weather was hot. I wore Aloha shirt, jeans, and flip-flops.
Parking is a bear in this neighborhood. Make sure to allow yourself extra time. And don't park in the row of spaces facing the check-cashing place. They are ruthless about towing!