Restaurant Near Palace Theater & Seven Angels Theatre
Conveniently located one mile from downtown Waterbury, San Marino Italian restaurant is the perfect choice for pre-theater dining. Thanks to plenty of onsite parking, a 5-minute drive to the grand Renaissance Revival-style Palace Theater and a 10-minute ride to the historic Seven Angels at the Hamilton Park pavilion, you’ll have time to enjoy expert preparations of homestyle pasta and Italian food at your leisure, without worrying about making your show’s curtain. If you are looking for a restaurant near Palace Theatre, stop in at San Marinos.
Our proximity to both venues makes for a true dinner-and-show experience among some of Waterbury’s treasures: The long-lived authentic Italian restaurant San Marino and the historic Palace and Seven Angels theaters.
About The Palace Theater
As Waterbury’s premier performing arts center, the Palace Theater’s vision is to stimulate a cultural and economic renaissance in the region through the celebration of arts, education and community. The Palace is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization with a mission to “preserve and operate the historic Palace Theater as a performing arts center and community gathering place that provides a focal point of cultural activity and educational outreach for diverse audiences.”
The Palace Theater, 100 East Main Street, Waterbury
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About Seven Angels Theatre
Seven Angels professional regional theater made a home in the historic Hamilton Park Pavilion in 1991. The fledgling non-profit made more $125,000 of renovations using private donation funds, and in the spring of 1992, the theater officially opened with the world premier of the musical “Balancing Act.” Seven Angels has been bringing topnotch equity theater, music events and comedy shows to the stage ever since.
Seven Angels Theatre, 1 Plank Road