September 03, 2015

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Reference: Restaurants

Welcome to the Playbill.com Restaurants database. You can search below by restaurant name, or select a cuisine type or location.

  Restaurant Cuisine Price  
  Don’t Tell Mama
46th - 53rd Streets
American Cuisine $$  
  Oceana Restaurant
46th - 53rd Streets
Seafood $$$  
  5 Napkin Burger (45th St.)
38th - 45th Streets
Burgers $  
  Natsumi
46th - 53rd Streets
Asian/Fusion $$  
  Da Rosina Ristorante Italiano
46th - 53rd Streets
Italian $$  
  Sardi’s
38th - 45th Streets
American/Continental $$$  
  Sombrero Mexican Restaurant
Theater District
Mexican $$  
  Brazil Grill
Theater District
Brazilian $$  
  Sushi of Gari (46th St.)
46th - 53rd Streets
Japanese $$  
  Pigalle
46th - 53rd Streets
Brasserie $$  
  Yum Yum 3
46th - 53rd Streets
Thai $$  
  Frankie & Johnnie’s (45th St.)
38th - 45th Streets
American/Steakhouse $$  
  Marseille
38th - 45th Streets
French/Mediterranean $$  
 

Price Guide:

  $$$ = upscale $$ = moderate $ = low ? = not available  

  Mamma Mia! at Broadhurst Theatre  
 

235 West 44th Street

 

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