556 Keegan Theatre Tips
- Casual 1
- Take public transit 2
- Street parking only 1
- Parking is scarce 1
- Dine before you go 1
Hank's Oyster Bar is just two blocks from the theater and has a very pleasant outdoor dining area, as well as air conditioned inside space.
We took a good walk to The Pig on 14th Street. Happy Hour was nice with a lot of good pork choices.
Parking is free on Sundays, and you can get a spot on the street more easily at 3 PM in that neighborhood.
The theatre is a few blocks East of Dupont Circle Metro. There are plenty of good food options nearby.
The theatre is very nice and neat, the atmosphere is very comfy, warm, and welcoming.
The weather was absolutely gorge on Saturday, March 30, 2019. I wore my Saints gear. Very comfortable atmosphere. .
Great little bar in theatre, nice to support them. Great dining in area on 17th St: Agora, Floriana, Duke, Taro Sushi
Floriana, and dining on the patio, is a block and a half away. Don't chow down during the performance.
Watch out which side you park on and read the signs...we got a ticket.
There are so many terrific restaurants in that area, it is an overall enjoyable venue. And the newly refurbished Keegan is wonderful.
Very challenging to find parking -- better to take the Metro to Dupont Circle or Farrugut North and walk to the theater.
Small bites available for purchase. Recommend going to Duke' Grocery beforehand.
The weather was summer cool. I wore jeans and a tank top.
There a many good places to eat on 17th St. around the corner from the theater. We chose Agora for great drinks and a bite to eat in the bar during Happy Hour. It was tasty and reasonable.
Enjoyed a nice, albeit crowded, dinner at Circa on Connectucut, just a few blocks from Keegan. Hop off the red line, grab dinner and stroll over to this nearby play in a quaint neighborhood - a lovely evening with no parking hassles!