Touchstone Theatre is located at 321 East Fourth Street, between Taylor and Polk Streets, in the heart of the South Side Arts District.

The address is 321 East Fourth Street, Bethlehem, Pa 18015

PARKING

Touchstone’s parking lot has 16 spaces. It is located directly behind the theatre and is accessible via a driveway on the west side of the building. The parking lot is free and brightly lit at night.

Please note that Fourth Street’s two-hour parking time limit, which applies Monday through Saturday, is strictly enforced. Meters run until 9pm. There is additional street parking, both metered and unmetered, on nearby streets.

And don’t forget about the New St. Parking Garage (324 S New St, Bethlehem, PA 18015), a 6-minute walk along the South Bethlehem Greenway, or take a more leisurely stroll and plan a stop at one of the SouthSide Arts District shops or restaurants on your way to the theatre.

COVID POLICY

Currently, as of September 2022, Touchstone has no COVID restrictions in place. Neither masks nor vaccination cards are required to attend any of our performances. We do encourage all of our audience members to remain safe and diligent and to avoid coming to shows if they are feeling ill. If you are unable to attend due to a positive COVID test, we will happily work with you to figure out the best course of action, including switching your tickets to another date or performance. Please contact us at (610) 867 1689 or via email at touchstone@touchstone.org if you have any questions!

DINNER & A SHOW

Touchstone is proud to be located in the heart of the South Side Arts District surrounded by unique and independently owned restaurants and bars. Bethlehem boasts one city, two great downtowns for more information on what the entire city has to offer, check out these listings from our friends at the Downtown Bethlehem Association.

For some Company Member favorites, try these places:

From Jp:

Bonn Place Brewing – No food, but best beer in town!

Goosey Gander – Great meat, creative sandwiches, Tony’s personality!

From Emma:

U&Tea – Really excellent Chinese food with an incredible amount of variety. Strongly recommend going with a group and eating family style – there’s so much on the menu that’s worth trying.

Tulum – Enormous “Beth-Mex” burritos – just be aware that seating inside is limited.

From Lisa:

Mister Lee’s Noodles – Tasty, large bowls of ramen and fancy, fun cocktails. Get anything on the menu, though, because its all delicious!

Olive Branch – Delicious babaganoush and everything, plus Sam is the best.

From Bill:

Granny McCarthy’s Tea Room – It’s where half the Touchstone apprentices have worked over the years, and great food, ambiance. Support them!

La Lupita – Affordable, authentic, and delicious Mexican cuisine. La Lupita is a quaint BYOB restaurant across from Molly’s. The food is always great as well as the service. Perfect for an affordable after-show bite.

From Mary:

Molinari’s – Just around the corner from Touchstone and some of the best Italian food (and wine) around!

Nawab – GREAT Indian restaurant run by a GREAT family – and easy to walk to Touchstone for a show.

From Christopher:

General Zapata – Great for takeout, and they also have a small dining-in area. Nice folks, and friends of the theater. Check out the beef tacos… Perfecto!

Molly’s Irish Pub – Great happy hour specials, fresh beer, good burgers, and downright respectable fish & chips.

From Sam:

Cafe The Lodge – Breakfast and lunch with an enchanting outdoor dining area with a koi pond!

Social Still – A charming place for cocktails and munchies, ranging from small plates to full meals. Come back for a tour of the distillery as well!

From Kiera:

ShangWei Szechuan – If you like that Szechuan-style heat, this place has what you re looking for!

Thai Kitchen – HUGE portions! Everything is fresh and delicious. Vegetarian menu has great options and can be veganized.

From Matt:

The Flying V – Simply the best poutine south of the border! They have a great selection for all different tastes and dietary restrictions and everything can be customized to your liking.

The Bookstore – Definitely if you are in the mood to treat yourself and finish the night with some flair. This restaurant models itself after a Prohibition Era speakeasy. American fusion food, with 1920s ambiance and drink list that are amazing. Go there Friday or Saturday night to enjoy live music.