31 Tides Theatre Tips
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5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche
We had reservations for after the show and topped the evening off with a really fabulous meal at Jeanne D'Arc at the Cornell Hotel just around the corner on Bush St. I cannot recommend this restaurant too highly. Beautiful food and refined and friendly service. I will be returning to this hidden gem!
Plenty of restaurants available. This is just off Powell Street.
I wore No need to dress up. Be comfortable and always wear layers in SF .
Doors open 10 minutes before the performance so don't bother getting there 30 minutes early.
Although our Goldstar confirmation said to show up an hour prior for general admission, they actually didn't open until 10 minutes prior to the show.
If you're taking a small child to the theater, I recommend taking a car booster seat with arms to stop the seat folding up.
Park at Sutter Stockton for reasonable parking and only slightly uphill walk to theater (only cost $3 for 5 hours) weekdays and max $6 after 6pm. Great drinks at Cantina across street and OK Italian at Cesario's next block. Great salads, OK pasta and calamari dishes and helpful waitstaff. More costly and much better is Scala's Bistro, or if in walking mood Colibri's (Mexican) 2-3 block away on Geary (Mason Street is VERY steep).
Drinks & snacks can be bought. On the 2nd floor of the building, so go up the stairs or take the elevator.
Several playhouses in the one venue. Well done sets, but could have swept up the dropped glass sooner and more completely.
Park at Sutter Stockton garage. It was $4 total even after hAving gone to dinner later.