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Where to Eat in Times Square

Where to eat in Times Square answers the question when going to see a Broadway show. Times Square represent a wide variety of cuisines, this list covers the best New York iconic restaurants and the better ethnic choices.

If you’re going to a show at 8 p.m., make a 6 p.m. reservation to give yourselves time to enjoy your meal and still get to the theater before the show starts. Or go after 8pm for a more relaxed dinner. Bon appetit.

Le Rivage
Favorite French institution for over 30 years, located on street called Restaurant Row.
340 W 46th St, bet. 8 & 9 Ave.

Carnegie Deli
Famous Broadway restaurant known for its overstuffed pastrami and corned beef sandwiches.
854 7th Ave, at 55th St.

The Kati Roll<
Modest restaurant offering authentic tastes of India at a budget price.
49 West 39th St, bet, 5 & 6 Ave.

Don Antonio Pizza
Excellent choice for thin-crust pizza, freshest cheese and sauce, cooked in a wood burning oven.
309 West 50th St, bet. 8 & 9 Ave.

Shake Shack
Has taken New York by storm for its high quality hamburger at a modest price. Has opened several locations but the line can be long at peak times.
691 8th Ave, near 44th St.

A famous Broadway theatre venue most known for the hundreds of caricatures that hang on the walls, best after 8pm.
234 W 44th St, bet. 7 & 8 Ave.

For many, this Southern Italian trattoria is the best restaurant in the theater district, with Mario Batali behind the scenes.
402 West 43 St, bet. 9 & 10 Ave.

People flock to here because of co-owner Lidia Bastianich and to enjoy the all you can eat pasta specials.
355 West 46th St (8th Ave)

Churrascaria Platforma
Expensive delicious and fun Brazilian prix-fixe includes endless grilled meats and an extensive salad bar.
316 West 49th Street bet. 8th/9th Ave

Affordable Japanese and sushi served in a simply decorated venue in a great location.
301 West 45th St. (8th Ave)

Good choice for barbecue, including Memphis ribs and Carolina pulled pork.
152 West 44th Street (Bdwy/6th Ave)

Mexican food is fresh and flavorful.
251 West 50th Street (Broadway/8th)

Written by Bruce Scher, owner of Walking Tours Manhattan, native New Yorker, and licensed tour guide, in business since 2008.

Food tours are a perfect way to walk around great neighborhoods like Greenwich Village, SoHo Little Italy, or the Brooklyn Bridge, and eat in iconic New York shops and restaurants. All tours visit famous landmarks and historic points of interest.

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