I've seen lives bands play here before and the acoustics and layout of the bar are awesome. Drinks are reasonably priced and the bar staff are fast yet still friendly.
I came here for the first time for the pancakes booze and art show event a couple weeks ago. Surprisingly I've never been to The Opera House before so I was excited to see what I was in store for.
It was a packed event so the space was a little stuffy but nothing terrible.
I liked the multi level, although there was much more space down below than on the top. The bathrooms are also a little... more
Quaint venue, but rule of thumb for any summer events: it feels like you're cooking from the inside out. There's no AC which leaves the air feeling very stiff and heavy and neither standing downstairs nor sitting upstairs makes a difference. Sound quality isn't too shabby, but I've experienced better. The heat in the venue made it almost unbearable to attend the event, but I sweat it out (pun... more
The tribute to Don Berns couldn't be at a better place than the Opera House. The sound, the lighting, the ambience was perfect...so was the people. I had problems with one of the security personnel as he had trouble scanning my VIP ticket, but hey! It's better to be sure, and I was not at all angry. I was patient, he finally got it to work and...it was all worth the wait. The event was beyond... more
The Opera House attracts some of the best music performers in the city. It is worth the streetcar trip to check out who's playing at a venue where bands go out of their way to perform. The place has an underground feel with a sound reminiscent of catacombs, but the environment has a charge in the air that boosts any concert. No food is offered, but the bar is fully stocked with all your... more