Plan Your Visit
Dining, Spirits & Entertainment
Here’s some helpful info so you have the most enjoyable experience at the Rialto Square Theatre.
Joliet has a lot of great choices right here in Downtown City Center or nearby.
Food, Spirits & Entertainment
Al’s Steak House
(15 minutes west of the Rialto) Fine dining & spirits
1990 W. Jefferson Street Joliet, IL 60435
20 W Jackson St, Joliet, IL 60432
Chicago St. Pub
(across the St. from the Rialto) Pub food, spirits & entertainment
78 N. Chicago St. Joliet, IL 60432
Cut 158 Chophouse
110 North Chicago St. Joliet, IL 60432
(2 blocks west of the Rialto) Gambling, food, spirits & entertainment
151 N. Joliet Street Joliet, IL 60432
205 N. Chicago St. Joliet, IL 60432
50 E. Jefferson St., Ste. 106
We want to make sure each and every patron has an enjoyable time at the Rialto Square Theatre.
For the safety of our patrons, artists, and employees, the following items have been deemed prohibited by the management of the Rialto Square Theatre, and are not allowed in the theatre at any time. Any patron in possession of a prohibited item may be asked to surrender the item or return the item to your vehicle. In the event you chose to leave the theatre and not return, refunds will not be given.
Please be advised, hand-held metal detectors may be used at some performances.
- Laser lights / pointers
- Noisemakers, including: Airhorns and Thunderstix
- Weapons of any kind
- Back Packs
- Bags Larger than 13”x13”x13”
- Bottles / Cans
- Costumes that cover the head and/or face
- Large knives (blade 3” & larger)
- Wallet Chains
- Outside Food & Beverage
A guest in possession of a prohibited item has three choices:
- Dispose of the prohibited items(s) at the door.
- Return prohibited item(s) to your vehicle.
- Leave the theatre with the prohibited items(s). Ticket refunds will not be given.
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