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Dinner and a Show: STAGE LEFT STEAK and STATE THEATRE NJ in New Brunswick

Dinner and a Show: STAGE LEFT STEAK and STATE THEATRE NJ in New Brunswick

The Show

State Theatre New Jersey is presenting an exciting schedule of Broadway favorites. Kicking off the line-up is Jersey Boys from 10/13 to 10/15, followed by The Sound of Music in December. In 2018, they will present Cinderella, Motown the Musical, A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, The Wizard of Oz and Cabaret.

Check out the venue's other great shows that include concerts, comedy, family, dance, film, holiday, variety, classical & pops.

State Theatre New Jersey is conveniently located at 15 Livingston Avenue in the heart of New Brunswick with convenient parking and mass transit available. For more information about upcoming shows or to order tickets, call 732.246.7469 and visit their web site at


Just steps away from State Theatre New Jersey is one of New Jersey's best steakhouses, Stage Left Steak with menu items that will satisfy all tastes. Tempting appetizers, charcuterie, salads, meat dishes, seafood, sides, and desserts will delight theatergoers. And for those who are in the mood for a delicious Italian meal in an elegant setting, Catherine Lombardi is right upstairs from Stage Left Steak.

Be sure to stop by Stage Left Steak and Catherine Lombardi for drinks before or after the theatre. The restaurants boast outstanding beverage programs with distinctive wines, beers, and an exciting array of artisanal cocktails.

Stage Left Steak is located at 5 Livingston Avenue. Call them at 732.828.4444 and visit:

Catherine Lombardi is located at 3 Livingston Avenue. Call them at 732.296.9463 and visit:

Photo Credit: The Library Dining Room, courtesy of Stage Left

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