If you are planning a night out at the theater, make your experience special with a mean at one of the most theater-friendly restaurants in the city.
Freshly made ramen noodles topped with succulent roasted pork belly ($15) or fresh veggies ($11.50) are served by a speedy and friendly staff.
366 W. 52nd St.
With its charming wine and cheese bar and extensive small plates collection featuring choices such as cured meats ($10) and stuffed peppers ($8), this location is perfect for a light pre-show meal.
401 W. 52nd St.
Expect exotic, distinctly Middle Eastern flavors at Gazala’s Place. Try the thin pita bread served with different varieties of hummus ($5.50) or the flaky bourekas ($9.95).
709 Ninth Ave.
Sake Bar Hagi
Japanese pub-style options such as the chicken skin skewer ($2) and a lengthy sake list (starting at $6 per bottle) are available until 3 a.m. for late-night showgoers.
152 W. 49th St.
Danji serves Korean food with a contemporary spin. Try the more traditional miso beef brisket stew with organic tofu ($7) or non-traditional favorites like the Korean fried chicken wings ($9).
346 W. 52nd St.
Becco, a favorite among theater-goers, offers hearty Italian food served quickly. Gorge on the unlimited pasta ($22.95) or keep it light with savory mussels steamed with garlic, green beans and onions ($12).
355 W. 46th St.
Stop by this French-Mediterranean fusion location after a late show for some delicious lamb shank couscous ($23) or Moroccan spiced Bleu Cod ($22.50).
630 Ninth Ave.
This spot, known for its friendly staff and charming ambience, serves inexpensive small plates ranging from fish and chips ($7) to crabmeat rolls ($7) on Tuesdays after 5 p.m.
790 Eighth Ave.
Craving meat? This Brazilian barbecue location offers a prix fixe menu ($71.95), including a first course, main course and dessert, perfect for a big group.
316 W. 49th St.
Pergola Des Artistes
This French restaurant offers authentic plates like homemade ravioli ($15.95) and sautéed frog legs ($22.95) that are perfect for a pre-show dinner.
252 W. 46th St.
Marina Zheng is a staff writer. Email het at email@example.com.
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