Tips for Lesher Center for the Arts - Margaret Lesher Theatre
25 Lesher Center for the Arts - Margaret Lesher Theatre Tips
- Casual 2
- Park in lot 2
- Parking is cheap 1
- Dine before you go 1
The weather was Mild.
The Devil’s Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith
Parking in the theater garage is $5 for show events.
Lesher Center is a great place to see a show. Comfortable seating, easy cheap parking in the attached garage, and lots of dining options within walking distance in Walnut Creek.
The neighboring parking garage offers parking for a flat fee of $5. Save yourself the trouble of looking for street parking and use the lot. I was concerned it might take a while to exit with all the other attendees, but it was not a problem.
Mangosteen bistro is a yummy place with reasonable prices.
The Lesher Center for the Arts is within walking distance of a lot of restaurants, so if you come here and want to eat before or afterwards, there are many options for you to choose from. They also sell snacks and drinks at the venue.
Parking is easy in the garage attached to the theater, $3 flat rate in the afternoons, $5 evenings. Lots of good restaurants without walking distance so make an evening (or day) of it.
I wore Casual dress, parking next door, convenient restaurants for lunch or dinner..
I returned to the Caffe La Scala (1655 No. Main St.) just around the corner from the Lesher Ctr. and had an excellent coffee and a salad with roasted chicken on top. The also have soups (I liked the split pea) and sandwiches to choose from.
$3 parking in the garage attached to the theatre. We left our car there while we had dinner in downtown Walnut Creek.
With so many food venues from which to choose, we wandered around AFTER the how (went to the matinee) until we found something we were interested in.
The weather was sunny.. I wore jeans..
Bring a few dollars in case they are sellind ice cream at intermission near the stage.
The weather was sunny. I wore dressy casual, some children dress festive.
Or, add your own... Plenty of places to eat along Locust St.
or, add your own...
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