If you’re one of the many tourist who choose to see a Broadway show while in New York City, make a night out of it and play to have dinner after the show. These top restaurants are all located within or near the theater district for easy-access.
Taboon, Hells Kitchen
Taboon is an excellent spot to enjoy a mix of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dishes. Not far from several theaters, it’s the perfect place to dine before or after a Broadway performance. Taboon means “oven” in Arabic and the restaurant’s wood-fired oven is the star of the show. They have a Pre-Theatre Prix Fixe menu which offers a 3-course dining experience and fresh-baked focaccia for $42 per person.
Trattoria Trecolori, Midtown
If you’re craving Italian pre or post-show, head to Trattoria Trecolori. This cozy family-owned eatery serves up an array of Italian specialties, and they also have an impressive wine list. It’s a great spot for delicious theater dining.
The Bar at Gabriel Kreuther, Midtown
The Bar at Gabriel Kreuther is an excellent pre-theater dining spot. Michelin-starred chef Gabriel Kreuther serves fresh cuisine in a gorgeous, intimate setting. Diners rave about the duck breast, grilled black angus beef tenderloin, and the foie gras terrine. But, the tasting menu and wine pairings are a perfect way to sample the restaurant’s best offerings. Whatever you get, you’ll leave feeling satisfied.
Casellula, Hells Kitchen
Casellula is a cozy wine bar that is perfect for an intimate outing before or after a Broadway show. If you’re in the mood for wine and tapas, this is the place to go. The menu is jam-packed with options. You’ll love the ricotta crostini, chef’s selection of cured meats, Gary’s Reuben, and of course all of the cheese samplings.
All of these eateries offer a tasty dining experience before or after your next Broadway show outing!