Tips for Davies Symphony Hall

201 Van Ness San Francisco CA 94102 Between Hayes and Grove
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1,147 Davies Symphony Hall Tips

Marla Blanchard
62 events
43 reviews
25 stars
Too pricey - $10 for a generic sandwich.
Marla Blanchard
62 events
43 reviews
25 stars
Festive and most were dressed for the holidays - nice :-)
Alicia C.
46 events
5 reviews
19 stars
Permitted spots near city hall are open and free after 7 p.m.
Joanne Sorresse
98 events
22 reviews
10 stars
Wine and food too expensive
Joanne Sorresse
98 events
22 reviews
10 stars
We did Bart, it was an easy walk
Joanne Sorresse
98 events
22 reviews
10 stars
Dressing up is the thing to do, we need more dresses
S. Y. Liu
124 events
57 reviews
30 stars
Easy to get there by BART and a short walk.
Goldstar Member
1 events
1 review
0 stars
We parked on the street inside the asylum.
Goldstar Member
1 events
1 review
0 stars
Nice and convenient but not cheap.
Goldstar Member
1 events
1 review
0 stars
Seriously, we are just too laid back in San Francisco.
Pauline
43 events
35 reviews
6 stars
We parked on the street (very early) and was able to get away fairly easily.
Pauline
43 events
35 reviews
6 stars
It's the Symphony! It's almost Christmas! Be festive
joexcohen
118 events
53 reviews
10 stars
Recommend people take BART, avoid the hassle.
joexcohen
118 events
53 reviews
10 stars
I notice people are getting dressier, San Francisco style.
joexcohen
118 events
53 reviews
10 stars
Convenient to have Davies' food & wind bars.
joexcohen
118 events
53 reviews
10 stars
Leave for Davies plenty early. Traffic is snail-like.in the evening.
Mike1
11 events
1 review
1 stars
Dress well
Francesca
Francesca
135 events
33 reviews
0 stars
Please people. Don't applaud between each movement. And definitely don't sing along.
Handel’s Messiah
Francesca
Francesca
135 events
33 reviews
0 stars
All in all, folks dressed appropriately. But, it’s still the symphony. Leave your Santa hat at home.
Handel’s Messiah
felicisima Baligaya
9 events
2 reviews
3 stars
Properly dressed for the occassion

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