107 San Diego Civic Theatre Tips
- Dressy 1
The weather was cool. I wore jeans, nice top.
The weather was Cool, dry, lovely.. I wore Dressy casual. Don't get formal, but don't be a slob either. Makes San Diego look like a hick town..
Take cash for parking and drinks.
or, add your own...
Or, add your own...
The weather was not important.. I wore a suit..
I wore a dress suit, my kids dressed up, most people were dressed nicely but not dressed up, some people had jeans, pants, lots of kids attended so anything goes..
I wore a cocktail dress and was not overdressed for the play..
We had a great meal at Dobson's before the play and there is a parking garage right next to the restaurant, which leaves just a short walk to the Civic Center
Civic Center coffee is pretty darn good.
The weather was not important. I wore Dockers and short sleeve shirt..
Time to put the I Pod away and stop yextinging and looking at email during the show. It is just plain rude and annoying to the people around you.
Ample street parking and is free after 4pm
Go to Ogawashi's over on 5th. Great Japanese (huge portions) and Happy Hour...Love the pickled cucumbers and Noodle Salad...Take home the rest!
Sixth Avenue Bistro (1165 Sixth Ave) offered parking for $2
get there early for street parking. the parking lots don't post their rates and can be quite expensive
I wore dress and heels.
There is ample street parking in the area, free after 6pm
The weather was Brisk . I wore A dress, Nylons and a Pea Coat.
I wore church attire, husband wore a dress shirt, no tie and dress pants. 12 year old daughter wore a festive semi-formal dress. overall I would say most people wore dressy casual and the children dressed more formal.(Church attire will keep to comfortable and not feel out of place).