55 The Playground at The Adrienne Tips
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- Parking is expensive 1
- Dine before you go 1
- Pack a picnic 1
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
BYOB let's you customize your evening! Pack ahead!
There is parking on nearly every block so no need to worry about finding a spot. We walked just a few blocks but were more than happy to
The weather was cold and windy. I wore a fleece zip up. I was chilly in the venue until people started filling in then was more than fine..
The weather was cold. I wore Sweater, jeans.
You can bring some food and drink in, just don't make a mess!
There were a few parking lots right across the street and one a few doors down and they were inexpensive.
We don't eat past 7:30pm for the most part, so we at before leaving the house. That said, next time, we're bringing alcohol!
We got there about 15 minutes early, and we nabbed excellent seats. Then the place filled up pretty quickly. Parking was $20! Yowza! Free Market Capitalism, I guess.
The weather was Cold. I wore thermal undershirt, thick jacket, and jeans..
We did have water bottles but there was a Shake Shack on the corner which makes for a great special treat after the show. Resonable priced American food
Septa is always cheapest... But may be tough to get back home if you see a 10pm show
Dress casual - be comfortable! :)
The Five Minute Follies Variety Extravaganza
Parking lot -- 1 block away
Sit up front if you want your kids to called to the stage
Take the train to Suburban Station...only a 10 minute walk
Garage parking can be pricey, but we have always found a spot on the street.
Parking can be hit or miss, but you can usually find street parking within a couple of blocks.
While you *can* sneak you own in, we always buy from them to support their efforts.