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Best Places to Eat Off-Broadway
There’s nothing quite like catching an Off-Broadway show in NYC, especially when you have tickets to The King, The Final Hours. But, every theater goer wants to know where to eat beforehand?
Whether you’re in the mood for a full, multi-course experience, or a casual bite with a few pre-drinks, we got you covered. There are many places to eat in the theater distric, but here are three of the best restaurants within walking distance to the Producers Club, which will be showing The King, The Final Hours in October.
A hidden gem in Hell Kitchen, Kashkaval Garden is a perfect Mediterranean small plates spot on 9th ave where you can share fondue, Turkish flatbreads and skewered meats. In addition to the extensive tapas menu, Kashkaval Garden has a full bar with a wide array of affordable wines, beer, speciality cocktails, and over 30 varieties of Bourbon, Scotch and Whiskey. One of the only places where you can get fondue per person with no minimum, there is absolutely nothing this mediterranean eatery doesn’t. You can learn more about what dishes they have to offer here.
Right off of Times Square, Glass House Tavern brings creativity to New York’s theatre district with its eccentric spin on contemporary American cuisine, along with a bar menu to satisfy any craving. Fresh, seasonal ingredients are the emphasis here, including a daily fish special - fresh salmon and trout - along with several succulent meat options. The warm, inviting bar is the perfect place to enjoy a drink, and the late-night menu is available until 3am. This relaxed New American bistro has fixed-price pre-theatre meals as well, which you can learn more about here.
If you’re in the mood for a drink or two before the show, Dutch Freds has got you covered. Their speciality is draft beers and craft cocktails with a twist. Where the bartenders are almost as fun as drinking their wares, you’ll find it hard to depart from the shareable plates, classic favorites, and innovative cocktails. The cozy bar with mosaic floors and a 1910’s inspired style is the perfect place to go after the play, and you can find out what else they have to offer here