broadway dining

Minadnan
Understudy
joined:8/6/13
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 01:43am
Where s a great place to eat near theatre???
100-200 dollars
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Minadnan
Updated On: 8/11/13 at 01:43 AM
millie_dillmount
Broadway Legend
joined:4/22/04
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 04:44am
"We like to snark around here. Sometimes we actually talk about theater...but we try not to let that get in our way." - dramamama611
yankeefan7
Broadway Legend
joined:4/14/12
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 02:56pm
I personally like La Masseria which is Italian restaurant on West 48th. If there are a bunch of you going out together, Carmine's is great family style Italian restaurant. I would say you need to have at least 4 people together to really enjoy Carmine's.
blaxx
Broadway Legend
joined:6/28/05
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 03:03pm
Yeah, I went to Carmine's with 3 people and it sucked.
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Bettyboy72
Broadway Legend
joined:3/31/06
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 03:05pm
If you want a pre-theatre dining experience, try Chez Josephine on 42nd. Great food, exceptional service and the sweetest little jewel box of a restaurant. Jean-Claude Baker will make sure you get on time for your show.
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yankeefan7
Broadway Legend
joined:4/14/12
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 05:48pm
Blaxx - Really, I have never had a bad experience there with the quality of the food. I think you need a bunch of people because that way you can sample a bunch of different entries and there is plenty of food to share. I think we had eight people the last time I was there and we ordered four entries and I think two appetizers. Sorry you did not enjoy it, to each their own.

Updated On: 8/11/13 at 05:48 PM
yankeefan7
Broadway Legend
joined:4/14/12
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 05:54pm
Bettyboy72 - Your right, excellent place. Went there a couple of years ago with my wife and in-laws.
ARTc3
Broadway Star
joined:8/5/13
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 07:07pm
How many in your party?
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Minadnan
Understudy
joined:8/6/13
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 07:11pm
the price is per a person I loved per se , jean georges etc
there will be 3 all 30 or older
Stage Door Sally
Broadway Star
joined:6/4/09
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 07:50pm
My favorite spots in the theater district are:

Vice Versa
http://www.viceversanyc.com/

Marseille
http://www.marseillenyc.com/

I was going to recommend db Bistro Moderne but it's closed until September.

For your pricepoint you might also check out The Modern (Located at the Museum of Modern Art) and La Grenouille. Both aren't exactly in the theater district, but they are somewhat nearby.

http://www.themodernnyc.com/
http://la-grenouille.com/




Updated On: 8/11/13 at 07:50 PM
madbrian
Broadway Legend
joined:6/1/06
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 07:59pm
I highly recommend Trattoria Trecolori, on 47th between Broadway & 8th. Outstanding food, and extremely reasonable prices.


Trecolori
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ARTc3
Broadway Star
joined:8/5/13
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 09:54pm
At your price point there are many many options. And, with a little time planning, you could eat anywhere. What are your favorite cuisines? New York is an amazing food town, and with up to $600 to spend on 3 people, you have most of the city at your culinary whim.
ARTc3 formerly ARTc. Actually been a poster since 2004. My name isn't Art. Drop the "3" and say the signature and you'll understand.
FindingNamo
Broadway Legend
joined:7/22/03
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 10:15pm
Do not miss Guy Fieri's American Kitchen and Bar before and after Broadway theater. Find out why every paper in the country published an article about this place last year, there's something for everyone there and writers can't say enough about the place. Don't miss out. It's really something.
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wonkit
Broadway Legend
joined:9/30/08
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 10:15pm
Good luck getting reservations at per se.
millie_dillmount
Broadway Legend
joined:4/22/04
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 10:26pm
wonkit, I don't think the original poster is looking to eat at per se, but looking to eat somewhere of the same caliber. Minadnan only said he/she enjoyed per se.
"We like to snark around here. Sometimes we actually talk about theater...but we try not to let that get in our way." - dramamama611
sowren1020
Stand-by
joined:3/15/10
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 10:34pm
PalJoey
Broadway Legend
joined:3/11/04
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 10:41pm
Minadman is a troll who's be never been to Per Se.
yr pal,
joey




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TheaterBoy7777
Broadway Star
joined:1/28/06
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 11:29pm
44 and X is my new favorite
Joe Allens
R Lounge (for a quick bite/great view)
Brickyard


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Updated On: 8/26/13 at 11:29 PM
Jordan Catalano
Broadway Legend
joined:10/9/05
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 11:36pm
Les Bees du Apple on 42nd St is fantastic.
"I think Glee is way too sharp, smart, witty, clever and emotionally confronting for the masses." - Dave19 - "What's next? Snow Black and the 7 Swaggers? Shasquirta and the Beast? 101 Weavematians? Willis in Ghettoland?" - Dave19, in reference to the new ANNIE remake.
Minadnan
Understudy
joined:8/6/13
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 11:38pm
I have been to Per Se thank you very much I stayed at the Hotel in the same complex.
It was a gift for getting rid of much of my OCD
I have also been to TFL and have a peg to prove it.
Jordan Catalano
Broadway Legend
joined:10/9/05
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 11:39pm
Le Market du Boston on 23rd St is also fantastic.
"I think Glee is way too sharp, smart, witty, clever and emotionally confronting for the masses." - Dave19 - "What's next? Snow Black and the 7 Swaggers? Shasquirta and the Beast? 101 Weavematians? Willis in Ghettoland?" - Dave19, in reference to the new ANNIE remake.
Minadnan
Understudy
joined:8/6/13
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 11:41pm
The Modern it is but I have been there
Minadnan
Understudy
joined:8/6/13
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 11:41pm
The Modern it is but I have been there
Minadnan
Understudy
joined:8/6/13
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 11:41pm
The Modern it is but I have been there
jv92
Broadway Legend
joined:11/4/05
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 11:41pm
Namo, are you serious?

Joe Allen and Angus are my go-to pre-theater (and post-theater) places in Midtown. Sue me. I recommend them.
Jordan Catalano
Broadway Legend
joined:10/9/05
broadway dining
Posted: 8/11/13 at 11:43pm
7-11 has beef pattys 2 for $3. You even get to choose between mild or spicy at no extra cost.
"I think Glee is way too sharp, smart, witty, clever and emotionally confronting for the masses." - Dave19 - "What's next? Snow Black and the 7 Swaggers? Shasquirta and the Beast? 101 Weavematians? Willis in Ghettoland?" - Dave19, in reference to the new ANNIE remake.

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