NYC Broadway Week is slowly upon us, beginning on September 4th and going right into September 17th. The alternative to Restaurant Week, NYC Broadway Week highlights the best deals to see some of your favorite shows and get a first glimpse of how amazing our city is in the fall weather. However, you still have to eat, and luckily there are a couple of great spots neighboring these iconic theatres that you must try while you are here or just taking the subway to see these award winning shows.
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Carmine’s: 200 West 44th Street
Native New Yorkers, tourists, and celebrities alike can’t get enough of the legendary restaurant’s heaping plates of Italian eats. Sure to make everyone in the family happy and full without breaking the bank, family-style portions of classic dishes include Spaghetti and Meatballs, Seven Layer Lasagna, and Chicken Parmigiana. More info here.
Virgil’s Real Barbecue: 152 West 44th Street
Don’t be surprised to find authentic barbecue eats in the heart of Times Square, as Virgil’s has been showing the city Southern hospitality for over 20 years. Whether you’re looking to sip on a Frozen Margarita or dig into finger-licking BBQ Wings and Carolina Pulled Pork, you’ll be sure to leave satisfied. More info here.
Schmackary’s: 362 West 45th Street
If you’re Broadway fan, you’ll be a Schmackary’s fan, as the duo goes together like milk and cookies! The creative cookie bakery with a rotating menu of over 75 flavors and counting such as Cereal Killer, Sch’mores, and Maple Bacon, it’s the perfect place for a sweet indulgence. Often sighted in between shows and during last night snacking are the stars themselves! They are also offering a special treat for fans of Broadway’s Charlie And The Chocolate Factory. The Golden Ticket Bar (6 pieces for $19.50, one dozen for $35) is made with a shortbread cookie crust, sticky cookie butter and caramel filling, topped with dark and white chocolate ganache, exclusively available at the bakery and for local delivery. More info here.
Sen Sakana: 28 West 44th Street
This sleek Japanese-Peruvian restaurant is the glamorous new restaurant to add to your pre-theater dining list. Sit at the high top tables in the bar, restaurant, or at the sushi bar and order grilled skewers of meat and vegetables (like a half-grilled avocado with onion slaw) and sushi from their midday menu from 3-5pm, or stay for dinner after 5pm for ceviches and Japanese-Peruvian main dishes like Salmon with Miso Cheese and Maitake Mushroom. Post-show, head over for an infused Pisco cocktail nightcap and fun appetizers in the bar! More info here.