11 Sydney Goldstein Theater Tips
- Dine before you go 2
The Nourse is an old school. Balcony seats in rear balcony are not cushioned. Sound and view are just fine. There's no elevator to balcony. Bathroom on first floor so plan ahead
Eat at Arlequin, Project Juice, and Urban Remedy. Be healthy!
Just a block away, on quite Rose Street, is a French Bistro-like wine bar, Hotel Biron. It's tiny, lowly lit & offers cheese, pate, fruit & nuts to pair with an extensive, multi national wine selection. There are small low tables high tables & two sofas, too!
Christine Ebersole With Host-Pianist Seth Rudetsky
Share anything else here. Just start typing The major problem is that Nourse Auditorium shares the area with Davies Hall, Opera House, and Herbst and congestion/traffic can be pretty nasty.
There are a TON of great restaurants. Do a little research and have fun!
We found street parking just before 6 pm (on a Friday night) to save $ on a lot. Then we had time for drinks/apps and dinner before the show.
Ate at the tasty The Grove across the street. Good food, good prices and good service. They move the line along quite quickly.