346 Rose Center Theater Tips
- Casual 5
- Parking is free 4
- Park in lot 3
- Parking is a breeze 2
- Food and drinks for purchase 4
- Dine before you go 3
- No food allowed 2
There is a free parking lot, but on weekends, I’d recommend the parking structure. The parking structure is free after 5pm and on weekends.
Parking was free in the Public Parking Lot on left past the theater (since Courthouse was closed on Sunday) but lot was very full (due to baseball games) so be sure to arrive early to find parking. No food/drink in the auditorium but they sold drinks/concessions in the lobby during 15-min intermission.
We love the pan fried dumplings at Peking Restaurant just around the corner from this theater.
Go to Uncle Pete's Cafe 14276 Beach Blvd before you turn right to go to the Rose Theater.
Eat at Uncle Pete's Cafe on Beach Blvd around the corner from the theater. Food is very good.
There is a beautiful free parking structure right across the street!! So easy and accomodating
We thought there would be concessions prior to the event but there wasn't. Since I didn't know how crowded it would be, I showed up early to get my tickets. Would have been nice to be able to get something to drink before the show especially since nothing was allowed in the theater.
Park for free in the Court parking just a few steps away from the theater. Nikko Teriyaki is a very kid friendly and reasonable dining option before a performance.
The weather was perfect. I wore a sweater & pants - it was cold inside. No need to dress up..
their half size cans of soda are perfect for a short intermission, wish others would follow suit
The weather was Sunny and warm. I wore Nice pants outfit-casual..
For the sake of getting everyone inside and seated on time I suggest opening "will call" alongside the sales window. The wait is frustrating when all you have to do is get your already purchased tickets.
A Christmas Carol
The weather was perfect CA evening, with free parking just up the street .. I wore a pants outfit and was comfortable as were most of the patrons...