714 The Lyceum Stage Tips
- Casual 3
- Dressy 1
- Parking is cheap 3
- Parking is expensive 2
- Park in lot 1
- Dine before you go 8
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
If I had not been to the theater before I would not have known I could get my parking ticket stamped for the discount. Thank you that that is available.
Although you can get a discounted parking rate in the Horton Plaza garage, there is usually plenty of street parking a few blocks from the theater. Especially on a Sunday when parking is free all day.
Parking is easy here but get there plenty early, it's hard to find. No signs anywhere if you are unfamiliar with the area.
Wonderful restaurants and eateries in Gaslight District all within walking distance of the theatre and the parking garage in HORTON PLAZA.
The weather was Breezy at night. But sunny and warm at dinner before theatre .. I wore A lightweight blazer , long sleeved top and pants and low heeled shoes.
You don't have to pay for parking if you arrive a good 30 to 45 minutes before showtime. That can give you enough time to find free parking on the streets. You also don't need to hang out at a coffee shop before the show before it starts. The Lyceum has a lounge that opens early before plays. It's perfect.
We used Parking Panda. $10 for VALET parking at the Westin, about a block away. Many different locations in many cities. Get the app.
Dinner across the street at Italia Mia was wonderful and convenient. Park at Horton Plaza for both dining and the theatre for the $8 flat fee.
Hershey Felder, Beethoven
Park in the Horton Garage and walk north through the mall. Lyceum is underground, you’ll see the spiraling stairways going down. In the lobby get your parking validated for $8 all day parking.
We took a service dog with us and the staff changed our seats with professionalism and care to make sure the dog was comfortable and other patrons not inconvenienced. I had not realized that I could write to the theater when ordering, so they could have been prepared beforehand. Will do so in the future.
Operacaffe across the street is excellent; great partner for the theatre
After the matinee, we went just past the parking garage and dined at the Middle Eastern restaurant, "The Sultan" for excellent home made food at very moderate prices. Don't miss his baklava!
Gourmet India was between Horton Plaza exit to 4th St and Lyseum, and very tasty and reasonably priced and good ambiance. Walked into Sultan Mediterranean first and it had bright lights, hard seats, and was poorly done so we walked out. Park at Horton and validate at Theater.
You can park in the Horton Plaza garage for $8. Take your parking ticket to the Lyceum for validation.
I wore Matching shirt with flared pants.Ate at Café 21 on 5th Ave for wine & appitizers,Excellent..