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Where to Eat Before Broadway Show 2022 & After the Show NYC

With a new season of Broadway shows underway and NYC Broadway Week 2022 Fall Edition happening September 6 – 25 to give 2-for-1 Broadway tickets for New Yorkers and tourists alike, here’s a roundup of Where to Eat before Broadway Show 2022 NYC (and after the performance). Below are several options that are all within walking distance to the theaters.

Where to Eat Before Broadway Show
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Legasea Bar & Grill 

Legasea Bar & Grill is a fresh take on bar and grill classics with a fun-casual atmosphere for an entertaining dining experience.

Where to Eat Before Broadway Show
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Menu highlights include the wagyu pigs in a blanket; Gotham Blossom; Flounder Francaise served with lemon caper butter and a side of broccolini; spicy crab beignets and wagyu steak frites with the choice of green (salsa verde) or gold (Bernaise) sauce; as well as a selection of specialty cocktails, wines, and refreshing beer options.

485 7th Ave & 36th Street, New York, NY

NYY Steak at Hard Rock Hotel New York

NYY Steak is a premium steakhouse restaurant concept established as a joint venture between the New York Yankees and Hard Rock International.

Where to Eat Before Broadway Show
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An innovative and refined dining experience, this restaurant has mozambique wood-paneled walls that are complemented by autographs from famed players.

Heritage-sourced steaks, local market seafood, and creative main dishes are served on fine china inscribed with player numbers within the iconic franchise insignia.

NYY Steak  offers rare steaks, including legendary Japanese A5 “Snow Beef” from Hokkaido, as well as heritage cuts. American steakhouse favorites are also given an elevated stage. 

159 W 48th St, New York, NY 

Terrace and Outdoor Gardens at Edition Times Square

Next on this list of Where to Eat Before Broadway Show is The Terrace and Outdoor Gardens – a casual and elegant dining destination inspired by the French brasseries and American chophouses chef & restaurateur John Fraser worked at early in his career.

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The hearty menu includes homemade pastas, steaks and chops as well as a variety of vegetable dishes, always a signature of Fraser’s restaurants. Vegetable-forward menu highlights include mushroom carpaccio, vegan carrot b†tolognese, and a vibrant broccoli cacio e pepe. 

701 7th Avenue at West 47th Street, New York, NY 


Featuring an American menu with Italian influences, L’Amico inside Hotel Eventi honors the food of both Executive Chef Laurent Tourondel’s past and present – inspired by both his upbringing in the European countryside, and a career spent reimagining and redefining “American” cooking and classics.

Where to Eat Before Broadway Show
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The restaurant’s menu harkens back to Tourondel’s memories of long Sunday suppers with his maternal, Italian grandmother, filled with memories of freshly flowing produce from his family’s garden that cultivated his own love for simply prepared dishes and precise techniques.

The kitchen, visible throughout the dining room, as well as to passersby on Sixth Avenue, brings to life the diverse menu that includes Tourondel’s take on American favorites such as pizza, fired in twin copper-clad, wood-burning ovens,  freshly extruded pastas, and selections of charcuterie. 

849 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY

Skirt Steak

Skirt Steak is a modern rustic restaurant from Chef Laurent Tourondel that serves up a set-course menu of skirt steak with Béarnaise sauce, field greens and unlimited fries for $30.

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Called the city’s best steak deal by The New York Post, Skirt Steak is located inside Hotel Eventi.

849 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY

Le Rivage 

Chef Paul Denamiel is the owner and executive chef of Le Rivage, a traditional French restaurant located on New York’s historic “Restaurant Row”.

Withstanding the test of time, Le Rivage has been a staple for classic French fare for almost 30 years.

While known for serving traditional dishes, Chef Paul has incorporated some of his own modern influences creating a warm and inviting menu that epitomizes French comfort food.

340 West 46th Street New York, NY 

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