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Date Night – Salina

Posted on June 3, 2016 by under Food and Drink, Reviews, Things to Do.    

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Brian and I had the opportunity to watch Kathy Griffin’s stand up performance at Stiefel Theater in Salina a couple of weeks ago. Neither of us had been to the Stiefel Theater before. We actually thought the drive there would be longer. It’s really only a little over an hour. Anyway, we decided to make a night of it.

We decided to eat dinner at Tucson’s before the show because it’s pretty close to the theater. We also checked online and the restaurant had pretty good reviews.


Here are some pictures of our food.


I had the tilapia with rice and veggies.


Predictably, Brian got chicken tenders. He really should have ordered steak. It is a steakhouse after all. But neither of us that fond of beef. Why we picked a steakhouse to eat at for dinner, I have no idea. LOL.

I suppose we wanted to avoid fast food and there really weren’t that many options.


Here’s a picture of the sign in front of the theater.


This is where everyone congregated as we waited to be let in to the auditorium.


Here’s a picture of the theater auditorium.


It wasn’t too obvious from the previous picture but there’s also a balcony area.


We got really good floor seats. We were only seven rows from the stage.


Obligatory pre-show selfie.


And just in case some of you are not familiar with Kathy Griffin, I took a picture of the flyer. She’s semi-famous. LOL.


She’s also super hilarious. I really like her conversational, story-telling style. I don’t feel like I’m watching a stand-up comedian. It just seems like you’re listening to a friend tell you stories, except they’re juicy and funny and entertaining.

We drove home immediately after the show because we both had to work the next day. It was a long night but totally worth it. If you get a chance to see the “Like a Boss” tour – I think she’s hitting 80 cities on this tour – you should. Brian and I give it two thumbs up.

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