Snap open a can of Dr. Brown’s Cel-Ray: Junior’s, the Brooklyn-born restaurant, has launched a second Times Square location. And it ain’t just for cheesecake.
Kodama Sushi fills the bill for Broadway dining, before or after the curtain.
Going to “A Bronx Tale” or “Amélie”? Dine at Pongsri Thai: It’s on the same block.
With generous prix fixe and à la carte menus, this restaurant is a great spot to stop for a filling pre-theater meal and drinks.
If you’re looking to be inspired while visiting NYC, opt for a stay at this Theater District hotel.
Score a table before the show or belly up to the bar after the curtain falls.
Salivation-inducing fare, amazing ambiance and a hospitable staff make for a fantastic dining experience. I was able to enjoy all three at Chez Josephine.
Located among the hubbub of Manhattan’s Theater District, Daniela Trattoria is a refreshingly calm escape from the throngs of tourists on Eighth Avenue.
For every celebrity I spy when I dine at Sardi’s after a show, I order a Bloody Mary. It’s a tradition. Needless to say, Sardi’s being celebrity central, I’ve enjoyed some very boozy nights there. The latest was Apr. 24, following a preview of Pippin. The show ran long (wonderfully long, I should add), so we didn’t arrive until near 11.
The 2013 Tony Award nominations have been announced, and the gongs will be handed out June 9. What is there to jeer or cheer about between now and then? The following is purely subjective.