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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
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DISH OF SALT—133 West 47th Street. This stunning restaurant serves classic Cantonese cuisine. Main course $17-26. Open for L & D Mon.-Fri. 11:30 am-11 pm, Sat. 4-11 pm.


• WORLD YACHT DINING CRUISES—Pier 81, W. 41 St. & Hudson River."...more spectacle than Windows on the World, the River Cafe, the Rainbow Room."—Passport to NY Restaurants. Dining, dancing, unsurpassable views. Prix fixe Br. (Wed/Sat/Sun), D nightly, CC. 630-8100.


• POLLY ESTHER'S—186 West 4th Street. A 70's themed Disco Club with lit dance floor. 70's music & videos galore. 212-924-5707. Culture Club, 179 Varick St. An 80's themed Dance Club with 2 floors, 2 DJs & the best 80's tunes. 212-243-1999.


• STAGE DELI—Rest.-Bar. 7th Ave. (bet. 53 & 54th). "The best pastrami, corned beef & chopped liver in our town"—Daily News. Known for our "celeb. named" sand. & homemade spec., own bakeshop. PT or AT. M.C., A.E., V. 245-7850.


• NIRVANA—30 Central Park South (59th bet. 5 & 6). "Spectacular views overlooking Central Park, colorful setting, finest Indo/Bengali cuisine ★★★. On all counts—ambiance, service, cuisine and prices—it's hard to beat."—Gourmet. CC. 486-5700.

• THE VIEW—N.Y. Marriott Marquis 1535 B'way. N.Y.'s only revolving rooftop rest. overlooks Manhattan's dramatic skyline. The View features an international menu of the finest cuisine. Sun.-Thurs. 5:30-11, Fri. & Sat. 5-12 am. Sun. Br. 10:30-2. 704-8900.


• LE MAX—147 W. 43rd St. "Up and coming new Theatre District Bistro, well-prepared menu and fair prices." —Zagat's. Prix fixe Dinner, $21.95. AT menu. Op. Mon.-Fri. 11:30 am to 11:00 pm. Sat./Sun. 4:00 pm-11:00 pm. 764-3705/6.

• 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.

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• PALLADIN—224 West 49th (8th & B'way). Chef Jean-Louis Palladin's long-awaited French Brasserie is a must, in the smart Adam Tihany designed space. Pre & post theater. Open for lunch Mon.-Fri., dinner Mon.-Sat. 212-320-2929.


• TEATRO GRILLE—146 W. 47th St. (6 & 7 Aves.) Where the Show Never Stops. A multi-level exciting new restaurant. A fresh, creative, culinary experience. Op. daily until midnight. Spec'l Br. & Chidren's menu. Private room for events. Free P'king 5 pm-1 am. 997-0070.


• 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. 212-541-7777.

• NAMASKAAR INDIAN BISTRO—337 West B'way (Corner of Grand). Casual dining in a trendy setting. Traditional North Indian cuisine. Open 7 days, Lunch 12-3, Dinner 5-11.


• 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. Daily 11:30 am-4 am. Priv. Pty. Rm. CC. 212-302-0112.


• 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.

• 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. $23.95. PT Specials. AT Prix Fixe menu, $16.95. 582-6577.

CENTRALE RISTORANTE—870 7th Ave. (bet. 55th & 56th St.). Enjoy a sampling of Italian cuisines in a contemporary setting. Come for Lunch, Dinner or after show for a dessert. Open 7 days. CC. 707-5500.

• 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. Op. 16 yrs. Prix-Fixe D $19.99. Homemade pastas, seafood, veal. Serving "Tipica Cucina Regionale." Open 7 days, D. Mon.-Fri., L. Moderate prices. A.E. Disc. parking. 787-4100.
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