194 Lucie Stern Theatre Tips
- Casual 2
- Parking is a breeze 1
- Parking is free 1
- Dine before you go 2
While locating parking was a challenge due to construction we found a well lit parking lot on Hattie and Hopkins.
Get there early on a Sunday and you can park on the street.
THE FISH MARKET WAS GREAT FOR US...NICE BOOTHS WHERE WE COULD ACTUALLY TALK...GREAT SERVICE AND GOOD FOOD..
You're 1-1/2 miles from the restaurants downtown University Ave, but Champagne, coffee, and cookies available.
Park (free) in the lot if early. Street parking up to 3 blocks away is OK
The weather was cold, but not wet, with no wind. I wore a coat and tie. It's Saturday night at the opera, for heaven's sake! A lady in a slinky black dress is really appropriate. Match the volunteers, and the musicians. .
I was there 15 minutes early but ended up parking the equivalent of 3 to 4 blocks away on a side street. They also need more handicap spaces as those were all gone and I could've used one.
Need to go early as parking is terrible. I left 20 minutes to park and ended up several blocks away.
The weather was sunny. I wore light weight scarf around my shoulders that kept me comfortable.
Park on the street for a quick exit, or convenient parking at the lot right next to the theater.
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.