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"... a terrific experience!" Ruth Reichl, The New York Times
THEATRE DISTRICT 1653 Broadway (W. 51 St.) 333-2622
EASTSIDE 1239 Second Ave. (E. 65th St.) 752-0810
WESTSIDE 246 Columbus Ave. (71-72 Sts) 580-1516
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Trattoria Dopo Teatro
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125 W 44th Street
(bet 6th Ave & Broadway)
(212) 869-2849
New
•Cigar Room
•Greenhouse featuring Indoor Waterfall
•Wine Cellar/Grappa Room
•Private Party Rooms Available up to 250
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Langan's New York
150 West 47th Street (Between 6th & 7th Ave's) (212) 869-5482
Jazz/Blues (Sat) From 9pm Jazz Brunch (Sun) From 12 noon Piano Bar (Fri) 10:30pm
[[underline]]3-Course Prix Fixe Dinner Daily 4pm-7:30pm ($22.95)[[/underline]]
Lunch-Dinner-Cocktails-Snacks-Brunch-Post Theatre Supper
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Dish of Salt
Classic Cantonese cuisine
133 West 47th Street New York City 
Reservations: 921-4242
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"BEST STEAKS, PRIME RIBS, PASTA, & SEAFOOD IN NY!"
★LUNCH★DINNER★LATE NIGHT DINING★SPORTS/CELEB HANGOUT★OPEN 7 DAYS★GROUPS, 10-170 BUDGETED MENU
www.broadwayjoesteakhouse.com
BROADWAY JOE STAEK HOUSE
315 W. 46th St. (BET. 8TH & 9TH AVE'S) BROADWAY THEATRE DISTRICT ★ (212) 246-6513
20% DISCOUNT ON FOOD & BEV with this ad*
*Not valid with any other offer
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DILLONS
RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE
SINGING WAIT STAFF-LIVE ENTERTAINMENT 
OPEN 7 DAYS FOR LUNCH, DINNER AND SUPPER
HAPPY HOURS: 5-7 PM, BAR OPEN UNTIL 4:00 AM
200 SEAT RESTAURANT-LARGE PRIVATE PARTY ROOM
245 W. 54th ST. 307-9797
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Harley Davidson NEW YORK Cafe
PRESENT THIS AD FOR A FREE SOUVENIR WITH PURCHASE OF ANY T-SHIRT OR ENTREE
56th Street at Avenue of the Americas 212-245-6000

•LE RIVAGE- 340 W. 46th St. Paul & Marcel welcome you to their country French rest. "Best Theatre district French Bistro," Zagat's '98. After 26 years exp. at Cafe du Soir on E. 86 St. LUNCHEON & COMPLETE DINNERS. Cl. Mon. 765-7374
INDIAN
•BOMBAY PALACE- 30 W. 52nd St. Sumptuous L Buffet, $12.95. PT & AT Prix Fixe D, $19.95. Free parking fr. 4 pm. "Home of the Indian Pizza," N.Y. Times. Open daily 12-3 pm; 5-11 pm. www.bombay-palace.com 212-541-7777
IRISH
•THE PIG 'N' WHISTLE- 165 W. 47th St. (bet. 6 & 7 Aves.) Broadway's best known Pub. Casual dining, ideal for pre and post theater. Burgers • Sandwiches • Steaks • Seafood • BBQ Ribs • Cocktails. Open daily 11:30 am-4 am. CC. (212) 302-0112.
ITALIAN
•BICE- 7 East 54th St. Classic Northern Italian cuisine served in a festive atmosphere. Recommended for pre-theatre & after-theatre dining. A celebrity favorite. Open noon-midnight, Sun. noon-11 pm. AE, MC-VISA, DIN. 688-1999.
•CASA DI MEGLIO- 235 W. 48th St. (8th & B'way). Italian Cuisine- Featuring: Pastas, Salads, Seafood & Grill. Op. 7 days for L 11:30-3 pm. D 4-12 am. Prix Fixe Pre-Theatre menu, $22.95. PT Specials. Sat. & Sun. Br. 11:30-3:30. 582-6577.
•CIAO EUROPA- 63 W. 54th St. (off 6th). Visit our fabulous dining room & enjoy our award-winning Italian cuisine! Daily Specials * Pre Theatre Menu * Over 300 wines! Live piano music 8 pm. A must see Italian Rest. of N.Y. Op. 7 days. Res. 247-1200.
•DA ROSINA RISTORANTE ITALIANO- 342 W. 46th St. (bet. 8th & 9th Ave.). Reasonably priced, perfect pre & after theatre prix fixe menu. Homemade pasta our specialty. L, D, C. Open 6 days. 977-7373.
•IL DUOMO- 200 West End Ave. (69 St., near Lin. Cent.). Friendly family-operated. Prix-Fixe D $19.99. Homemade pastas, seafood, veal. Open 7 days, moderate prices. A.E. only. 787-4100.
•LE TRE VENEZIE- 142 W. 46th St. (6th & B'way). Fine cuisine served in a warm & elegant atmosphere, right in the heart of B'way. Featuring veal, chicken, seafood & more. Op. M.-Sat. 12-11, Sun. from 1 pm. Priv. Party Rm., 25-50. 730-2135.

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café un deux trois:
Lunch-Dinner
After-Theatre
7 Days
Weekend Brunch
123 West 44 Street 354-4148]]
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•MONTE'S- 97 MacDougal St. (bet. Bleecker & W. 3rd) Homemade pasta, regional dishes include: Paglia E Fieno, Osso Buco, Pollo Alla Marsala, L, D, C. Cl. Tues., Priv. Party Rm. up to 50. CC. 228-9194, 674-9456.
•NAPLES 45 RISTORANTE E PIZZERIA- MetLife Building 200 Park Ave. Hand-made pizzas fr. wood-burning ovens, piccoli piatti for sharing. Main dishes fr. pasta to seafood. The Wine Bar features Italian wines & signature cocktails. 972-7001.
•OSTERIA AL DOGE- 142 West 44th St. (Bet. 6 Ave. & B'way) "Venice without the Canals," Zagat's New York's best!! The food is superb, before or after the theater. A favorite of Broadway stars. L & D Mon.-Sat. D Sun. CC. 944-3643.
•PALIO- 151 West 51st St. The ultimate in Italian cucina, with a wine list that has won Wine Spectators's "Best Of" Award for excellence. L, Mon.-Fri., 12-2:30. Pre and After Theater Menu, Mon.-Sat. 5:30-11. CC. 245-4850.
•SAN DOMENICO- 240 Central Park South. Italian Spcls: shrimp & beans/Tuscan olive oil, Uovo in Raviolo & more. L Mon.-Fri. 12 noon-2:30. D Mon.-Sat. 5:30-11, Sun. 5:30-10. PT D 5:30-7. CC. Res. nec. 265-5959.
•TORRE DI PISA- 19 W. 44th St. (bet. 5th & 6th Aves.). Classic Toscano cuisine served in an elegant atmosphere. Crostini Toscani & Fagotto Con Funghi. Late night dining. Open for L Mon.-Fri. 12-3, D Mon.-Sat. 5:30-12. Cl. Sun. 398-4400.
•TRATTORIA DOPO TEATRO- 125 W. 44th St. (6 & B'way). Not just the finest Italian Cuis. in the Theatre Dist! After theatre cappuccino, homemade desserts & grappa. 4 Course PT, $22.50. ★★ Crains, "Another star on B'way." D 7 days. Sun. 3 pm-mid. CC. 869-2849.
•VILLA MOSCONI- 69 MacDougal St. (Bleecker & W. Houston) An "old W. Village favorite," this "hearty," "consistent" Italian "family place" serves "earthy" standards that are "still good after all these years," Zagat's. New back garden. 673-0390.
JAPANESE
•KATEN- N.Y. Marriott Marquis 1535 B'way. A full selection of sushi, sashimi, hand rolls, prepared while you watch by Chef Hiroshi Kani and staff. An exquisite assortment of sake, plum wine and Japanese beer also avail. Mon.-Sat. 5-12 am, Sun. 5-10 pm. 704-8900.
•KODAMA- 301 W. 45 (cor. 8th Ave.). Only a step to B'way theatres. We guarantee your satisfaction with an authentic Tokyo-style sushi bar & other original Japanese cuisine. Op. 7 days Mon.-Fri. 12-2:25, D 5-11:20. Sat. 4:30-11:20. Sun. 5-10:30. 582-8065.
JAZZ CLUB & RESTAURANT
•BIRDLAND- 315 W. 44th St. (steps from 8th Ave.). Live jazz nightly. Serving Dinner till midnight. Pre-theatre menu. No cover at the bar with ticket stub, Sunday-Thursday, 11 pm show only. Validated parking. 581-3080.

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1926 Bice RISTORANTE
7 East 54th Street (5th/Madison) 
Res: 212•688•1999
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TRATTORIA trecolori Fine Italian Cuisine [[image- skyline silhouette]]
"Warm & friendly Homestyle Italian restaurants where the food is delicious & affordable & the service is gracious"
133 W. 45 St. (6 Ave & B'wy) 997-4540
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Pig 'n' Whistle
Broadway's best known Irish Pub
Casual Dining - Ideal Pre - Post Theatre - Snacks - Cocktails. Open Daily 11:30 AM to 4 AM
165 W 47th Street (6 & 7 Aves) 301-0112
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"The Steak House that even vegetarians will love"
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CHURRASCARIA PLATAFORMA
Open 7 days a week 
12 Noon to 12 Midnight 
Live Music 
(Wed. thru Sat.) 
Theater District
(212) 245-0505 
316 West 49th Street (Between 8th & 9th Aves.)
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CASA DI MEGLIO
"Already on its way", this "spacious" new Italian rates as one of "the Theater District's best-kept secrets"; its pastas are "refreshing: and "fairly priced" and "solid service insures you'll make the show." ZAGAT 1997
235-237 W 48th Street (8th & B'way) 582-6577
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