A classical music website by Tim Mangan
I paid $6 for a small bag of nuts at the concert last night. They were out of cookies, which were cheaper. Ridiculous.
February 18, 2012
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We were sitting to your left and up a few rows, Tim. We saw you and your son, but I didn’t notice that you were eating golden peanuts.
I paid $6 for a soda filled with ice and a small bag of pretzels. After your story, that now seems like a bargain!
Nobody was forcing you to buy. Bring your own, next time.
I beg to differ, Bob. I usually don’t buy anything at the symphony. But I had to work late Friday and rush to the symphony and both my 13-year-old bottomless pit and I showed up to the concert hungry. We tried to get the cheaper brownies and cookies but they were out. Only option, other than starving, was to buy the $6 nuts.
I share your opinion that the Segerstrom Center for the Arts is an extremely poor place for informal meals and/or snacks. There is no place to buy sandwiches; The coffee is terrible, I mean REALLY terrible; prices are awful; there used to be a little cafe room but it closed. They need a couple of food kiosks to liven up the cold atmosphere!
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