MTC has identified a few partner restaurants. This list is a courtesy and does not represent all dining options.
- BOND 45
- BOURBON STREET BAR & GRILLE
- BROOKLYN DINER
- BUCA DI BEPPO
- CAFÉ FIORELLO
- CHEZ JOSEPHINE
- CIRCO NYC
- FACES & NAMES
- FEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW
- GLASS HOUSE TAVERN
- PERGOLA DES ARTISTES
- PLANET HOLLYWOOD
- REDEYE GRILL
- TRATTORIA DELL’ARTE
- UNCLE JACK'S STEAKHOUSE
221 West 46th Street New York, NY 10036 (between 6th and 7th Avenues),
Located right in the center of the Theatre District, and walking distance to every major Broadway show, this eatery treats you like family and offers up Italian specialties and a fabulous antipasto bar.
BOURBON STREET BAR & GRILLE
346 West 46th Street,
Bourbon Street Bar & Grille is inspired by everything that makes the Crescent City & Southern Louisiana great.
Brooklyn Diner 57th Street
212 West 57th Street (between 7th Avenue and Broadway),
Brooklyn Diner Times Square
155 West 43rd Street (between 6th Avenue and Broadway), (212) 265-5400
Celebrating American ethnic dishes found all over Brooklyn, the menu features the kind of real food you crave to eat, just like your mother used to make… only better. Every childhood fantasy is fulfilled by the enormous desserts, all baked on the premises every day.
BUCA DI BEPPO
1540 Broadway (entrance on 45th between Broadway and 6th Avenue),
Buca di Beppo serves authentic Italian cuisine in an eclectic, vintage setting. Our dishes are served family-style, meant to be shared by everyone at the table – small or large! At Buca, guests delight in our lively atmosphere, enjoy the classic tunes of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin and admire our decor, including family photos and candid shots of Italian-American icons, such as Sophia Loren and Joe DiMaggio. Our energetic atmosphere, delicious food and friendly staff make Buca di Beppo the perfect place for great Italian food and lots of fun.
1900 Broadway (between 63rd and 64th Streets),
A forum for Lincoln Center’s performing arts culture for nearly 30 years, Café Fiorello’s focal point is its sprawling bar filled with over fifty kinds of antipasti. With the timeless charm of a brasserie, the main dining room is finished with warm wood, mirrors and brass. Besides the hot and cold antipasti specialties of vegetables and seafood, the menu features updated Italian classics and specialty Roman dishes. There is a large selection of seafood, steak, veal and pasta, and the private room provides an elegant oasis for up to 35 guests.
414 West 42nd Street,
Celebrating the legend of Josephine Baker for the past 25 years, with delicious bistro fare and theatrical panache. Jean-Claude Baker, your host.
120 West 55th Street (between 6th and 7th Avenues),
This sophisticated big top, one of the city’s most popular restaurants, is the creation of restauranteur Sirio Maccioni, proprietor of Le Cirque, his wife Egidiana, and their sons, Mario, Marco and Mauro. Circo offers upscale Italian fare built upon a foundation of signature Tuscan recipes from the kitchen of matriarch Egidiana and prepared by Executive Chef Alfio Longo. Designed by Adam Tihany to be as exciting as a European carnival tent, the colorful décor of Circo (pronounced “Cheer-co”) is innovative, whimsical and vibrant. But, unlike a circus tent, the restaurant is comfortable, the fabrics luxurious and the custom-designed Italian chairs deep and seductive. Conveniently located across from New York City Center and many Broadway theatres, Circo offers 3-course pre- and post- theatre dinner prix fixe menus for only $38 per person. Come experience legendary hospitality and fine Italian cuisine with us!
FACES & NAMES
159 West 54th Street (between 6th and 7th Avenues),
Faces & Names is a warm, friendly bar/lounge located right in the heart of Midtown. Whether you are with one or many great friends, Faces & Names is a wonderful place to enjoy yourself. We specialize in group gatherings and after work or theatre events, offering a fun, intimate setting for people to catch up, or friends to hang out. We are open till 4:00 am every night and our kitchen is always open till 3:00 am.
254 West 54th Street, Cellar (between Broadway and 8th Avenue),
“Broadway’s Supper Club” featuring classic American cuisine, seasonal cocktails, and 16 cabaret shows every week. Pre-theatre dinner reservations are available from 5:15 – 5:45pm, 7 days a week. Reservations strongly suggested. Three-course prix fixe menu: $54; add a three-course wine pairing for $30. Seasonal à la carte menu also available.
GLASS HOUSE TAVERN
252 West 47th Street (between Broadway and 8th Avenue),
You feel a great energy when you walk into the Glass House Tavern. The décor is soothing and warm and truly makes you feel welcome. The prompt, friendly service is delightful, and the food is incredible. Executive Chef Craig Cupani has created a contemporary American menu that sets this restaurant apart from the other choices in the neighborhood. Fresh, seasonal ingredients are the emphasis here, and the results are fantastic. Prix Fixe dinner menu is available 7 days a week from 4pm-midnight.
232 West 48th Street (between Broadway and 8th Avenue),
Hurley’s is a wonderful place to gather with friends for a great meal and drinks. We offer outstanding dining and bar services at very affordable prices. Our saloon features a restaurant and full-service bar on three levels, and private booths with a rustic appeal for everyone to enjoy. Hurley’s extensive saloon menu features no-frills Irish pub food with American flair, from potato skins and “New York’s Finest Chili” to pan seared blackened tuna and French onion soup. Hurley’s is conveniently located in the heart of the Theatre District, Times Square and steps away from Radio City Music Hall.
240 West 54th Street (between Broadway and 8th Avenue),
Located in Manhattan’s Theatre District, Iguana is New York’s premier Mexican fare in our “old Mexico style” Dining Room. Ask about our free Salsa lessons in our Latin Dance Club.
PERGOLA DES ARTISTES
252 West 46th Street (between Broadway and 8th Avenue),
1540 Broadway (entrance on 45th, between Broadway and 6th Avenue),
There’s no business like show business, and there’s no place like Planet! Dine among the stars at Planet Hollywood in world-famous Times Square; surrounded by a totally unbelievable movie memorabilia collection, including many pieces from the blockbuster hits of Planet Hollywood’s celebrity partners. The new menu features your favorites, from pastas to exotic salads to award-winning burgers.
890 Seventh Avenue at 56th Street,
Redeye Grill is an updated classic American restaurant. The warm tones, polished nickel and leather create a sophisticated, timeless and comfortable atmosphere. Red’s Lounge at Redeye Grill features an 88-foot mural by the world-renowned artist Red Grooms and live music nightly.
234 West 44th Street (between 7th and 8th Avenues),
Continental cuisine, famous celebrity caricatures, fun yet elegant atmosphere, private party rooms. Closed on Mondays.
317 West 46 Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues),
Scarlatto Restaurant offers authentic, hearty Italian food. We specialize in private parties, perfect for small or large groups, combined with unsurpassed quality and service in such an elegantly appointed environment has made Scarlatto a local favorite.
900 Seventh Avenue (between 56th and 57th Streets),
Across from Carnegie Hall, Trattoria Dell’Arte features the largest antipasto bar in New York, a sprawling selection of seafood and vegetable specialties perfect for parties of all sizes. Designed after a Tuscan artist’s studio, the rooms include half-finished paintings, oversized sculptures of fragmented body parts, a gallery of Italian noses, a wine cellar dining room, and two candle-filled private rooms to accommodate 10–130 guests. The menu focuses on northern Italian specialties such as the steak Florentine, double veal chop, seafood specialties of the Mediterranean, and unforgettable signature desserts.
UNCLE JACK'S STEAKHOUSE
44 West 56th Street,
Since its inception in 1996, Uncle Jack’s has become legendary for unsurpassed consistency and quality. Serving the best steak in New York means featuring the finest USDA Prime Beef, cut to our exact specifications and aged between 28-35 days. World famous Kobe steaks, and a full menu of the finest foods available, are just a few more reasons why Uncle Jack’s has become a steakhouse landmark without equal.