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Here Are The Best Places To Eat If You're Seeing A Broadway Show
B Side Pizza Bar is located in Hell's Kitchen, an easy walk from the Theater District. Featuring rustic décor and artisanal pizza, it’s a chill place to kick off a fun evening at the theater. Plus, it's open until 11 p.m. on weeknights and midnight on weekends making it perfect for post-show pizza cravings.
B Side Pizza Bar
One of Los Tacos No. 1 five locations in Times Square off 43rd Street. It is a great place to grab a quick, cheap bite and has a simple menu with individual options. If you’re feeling adventurous we highly recommend the Nopal Plate with cactus, beans, and cheese.
Los Tacos No. 1
When you need a place for a bunch of folks who want different things, the Times Square Diner & Grill will always come through. You can also order breakfast at any time of the day, so head to midtown Manhattan for a comfort meal that'll put your hunger at ease.
Times Square Diner & Grill
Don't let the prices of this Hell’s Kitchen eatery fool you, just because it's cheap doesn’t mean you aren’t getting a quality meal. Due to its popularity, it might not be the best place to go if you're on a time crunch, but it is one of those hidden gems you'll never forget.
Mee Noodle Shop
In the heart of the theater district, this easy, delicious, go-to sushi spot offers pre-theater, fixed-price menus to give visitors a small sampling of their offerings on their way to a show. Be sure to make reservations ahead of time, or you might be waiting at least an hour for a table.