50 Herberger Theater Center - Center Stage Tips
- Dine before you go 2
They have a flat bread pizza and a grilled cheese sandwich at the bar
We parked at the Arizona Center and saved money with the validation of our parking ticket.
Be sure to purchase the parking ticket as the public garage charges $20 (!). One can get time discounts from some restaurants in the Arizona Center but the Herberger sells discounted parking for $6.00. I heartily recommend it.
An American In Paris
Hanney's Restaurant.- best gluten free pizza in Arizona. Good assortment of cocktail drinks.............
Plenty of parking. Street meters. Theater is nice so smart casual attire is appropriate. Refreshments are avaluable before the show as there is no intermission. Performance is 90 minutes long.
Go to District American Kitchen Wine Bar across VanBuren Street from the venue. We had the mac n cheese, **** stars, street tacos ****, pretzel fondue ***** yum!
Parking garage was a $15 fee directly across the street. Very much worth it.
The weather was Chilly in AZ. I wore Sweater, solid color jeans, and dressy jacket. I would suggest causual- dressy. However, some were in very casual attire as well as dressy but not enough off either group to give a definite answer..
The Arrogant Butcher, a modern restaurant with a very nice menu and cocktails. Worth it after the show.
Had dinner at The District at the Sheraton across the street. We ate at the bar and had a date/bacon appetizer a Yuma date wrapped around bacon - we also had a pork shank and duck confit entrees both were exquisitely done and the prices were more than reasonable. Loved the service at the bar. Glad we had a great meal because the play was terrible
The light rail is close, Parking is closer and more convenient, If you prefer public transit, take the light rail, you are only two blocks away.
The weather was A little cold for Phoenix. I wore Slacks a Dressy Blouse and shawl. My Husband wore a suit..
Parking is always a problem and there should be a discount for theater goers!
You can take wine into the theater with lids and straws. Wine through a straw! Highly recommended!