180 Lucie Stern Theatre Tips
- Parking is a breeze 1
- Parking is free 1
- Dine before you go 1
Park on the street for a quick exit, or convenient parking at the lot right next to the theater.
Cash only for refreshment.
Leave time for parking as you may have to find a spot in the surrounding neighborhood.
Mike's Cafe Etc is a good pre-show dining spot - tasty food, nice atmosphere, quick service. Or pick up a burrito at Sancho's.
The weather was sunny but indoors always bring a jacket or sweater for air is on!. I wore pants.
The weather was sunny and warm. I wore White pants, T-top and a matching sweater and high heeled sandals..
Before a matinee, went to Original Pancake House for fabulous Baked Caramel apple pancake.
Plentiful free parking around the Lucie Stern complex.
Allow a little time to find street parking.
Parking is easy enough if you are early enough to get in the parking lot. Otherwise you have to park in the very nice residential neighborhood ...and allow time to walk back to the theater. Beware of the cobblestone path back. Just have to step carefully, not quickly.
Ate dinner at the Lotus on California Ave in Palo Alto. Outstanding Tai food.
parking on the street worked out just fine
The adjacent lot fills up fast as there are other facilities in the area (children's zoo, library, museum, etc.), there are some street parking in the neighborhood, so get there early.
The weather was Sunny, hot, high 70's in late October.. I wore Silk outfit that looked good, got lots of comments, BUT didn't protect me from the freezing air-cond. temperature inside the auditorium. BRING A COAT OR BLANKET!.
Just relax and walk around Palo alto and dine in one of their great places.
I wore a sweater, flip-flops, etc..
The weather was sunny, windy, etc.. I wore a sweater, flip-flops, etc..
The weather was sunny and warm; however, the theatre was well-cooled.. I wore a long sundress..
Remember it is a predominantly liberal white audience
Casual is fine
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