261 Palace of Fine Arts Theatre Tips
- Parking is free 2
- Dine before you go 2
- Pack a picnic 1
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
The weather was windy and raining. I wore two layers of clothes and a heavy coat. The theater was old and had very little insulation. People were dressed casually.
Keep your kids away from the "souvenir" table. Outrageously priced. Reasonable F & B set up. Beer, wine, Sandwiches.
We parked at the theater and then walked over (5-10 minute walk) to the Presidio Social Club for dinner. Food was good and nice ambiance at the restaurant.
& bring your own drinks or pay to eat & drink there, but it's a little pricey.
The weather was sunny but SF by the Bay is always changing, so wear layers.. I wore a skirt, cute top and sexy sandals -- just to look good for the photos we took..
The parking lot can be difficult to exit depending on where you park.
Parking is a challenge at the Palace of Fine Arts.
Just a short 1/2 mile walk down from Palace of Fine Arts takes you to Chestnut Street and lands you in the middle of a business district with a multitude of dining choices. We ate Thai at Blackwood - marvelously delicious and beautifully presented dishes!
The weather was incredible. Sunny and unusual for the city.. I wore Was too warm in thin jeans and top; however, normally you need layers in the city. It was a warm day..
We ate at the Home Plate cafe on Lombard. Very crowded and loud, but good food. A bit of a wait. It was Sunday noon.
We took the bus and then had to walk to a cab. would think that cabs would be around
Bring your own bottled beverage, with a cap. No open drinks allowed in theater.
Smuin Ballet’s 2012-2013 Fall/Winter Program