One of the best - and more affordable - ways to start a night that ends at Tabernacle is with the 20-piece family meal from Gus’s. Pair it with sides like baked beans and slaw, and get way more mac and cheese than you think you need, it’s going to go fast. Then make the less than 10-minute walk over to the show, or take the long way if you need a few more minutes on your feet.
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