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A Day Well Spent

Charles Street Corridor offers, fine eats and a touch of culture.

Who would have thought that such a small stretch of city sidewalk, could offer so much to people looking for a good time.

If you’re heading to the Charles Theater located at 1711 North Charles street and want to extend the afternoon or night a little longer, these local hotspots will aid you in that quest.

  • Tapas Teatro — Right next to the Theater, specializes in tapas which translated means little plates.Quite possibly one of the best ways to snack before a movie at the Charles, these appetizers are meant to be shared. But lines can be long, especially if the outdoor seating area isn’t open.

  • Everyman Theater — A small theater next to the Charles, offering live performances for those looking for high quality theater, in a more intimate setting.
    The Everyman seats 150 to 180 people.
    With prices ranging from $30 for first night performances to $18 on Sundays, it’s not going to put a hole in your wallet. Discounts are also available for seniors and students.

  • The Zodiac — This unique restaurant offers a refreshing twist on dining out. Located across the street from the Charles Theater, and adjacent to Club Charles, the Zodiac is great place for post/pre movie meal.

  • Club Charles — Ready for a few drinks? This bar could be the place for you. Club Charles is located across the street from the theater, a perfect way to end the evening.

This is only a sample of what the Charles street corridor has to offer. But if a good time is what you’re looking for, then that’s exactly what you’ll find here.

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