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  • 9.4

    Los Tacos No. 1

    Taco Restaurant 229 W 43rd St New York, NY

    People also say (169 tips):

    • Eater
      Eater: "The right move is the al pastor, pork spinning on a spit, crisped on the griddle, stuffed into a corn tortilla, and garnished with pineapple, and incorrectly, guacamole. Ask them to hold the guac."
  • 9.2

    Le Bernardin

    French Restaurant 155 W 51st St New York, NY

    People also say (310 tips):

    • Y.Arman B.
      Y.Arman Barlas: "Best seafood tasting menu in NYC. Service is spot on. And Amazing. 6 months waiting list for reservations is for good reason. Also, Three Michelin Stars are certainly earned here."
  • 9.2


    Seafood Restaurant 240 Central Park S New York, NY

    People also say (356 tips):

    • ᴡ F.
      ᴡ Freed: "Marea’s was a amazing dinning experience. The food was delicious 😋. Everyone in our group used the bread they gave us to soak up the sauces left in on our plate,The plates were spotless after dinner"
  • 9.5

    Gershwin Theatre

    Theater 222 W 51st St New York, NY

    People also say (222 tips):

    • May♍
      May♍: "Broadway's best! Home to some of the most iconic musicals of all time. Splurge and spend a little more on your seats, you'll appreciate you did when you see how far away the back row is from the stage"
  • 9.1

    Sushi By Bou

    Sushi Restaurant 132 W 47th St New York, NY

    People also say (27 tips):

    • Tom
      Tom: "Located in the basement of the hotel, entrance is to the left of the hotel’s doors and down a flight of stairs. Space is cozy. They offer one of the best values for quality sushi in the city."
  • 9.1


    Sushi Restaurant 1740 Broadway New York, NY

    People also say (7 tips):

    • Lasagne Z.
      Lasagne Zucchini: "Lobster and seabass with shiso onigiri are good. No tips needed but the service is good. The sumeshi was made too loose and a little over seasoned. Recommend to do lunch takeout."

People are talking about these places in Theater District:

  • 9.2

    Lyric Theatre

    Theater 213 W 42nd St New York, NY

    People also say (51 tips):

    • Laur L.
      Laur Lo Ski: "Amazing this theater holds almost 2,000 people(1,932 ish). They’ve done amazing work prepping it for HP & the Cursed Child. I’m honestly sad I’ve seen it and my experience has now ended."
    • Joseph T.
      Joseph Thompson: "I love this theater. The support staff is awesome. The lounge is very nice. Best theater I have experienced in 40 years. Last, it is not an inexpensive night out, it is money well"
  • 9.2

    Belasco Theatre

    Theater 111 W 44th St New York, NY

    People also say (64 tips):

    • Lori K. h.
      Lori K. "Just about every seat has a good view – however, the rows are so cramped that your knees will be pressing against the seat in front of you. I'm 5 foot six, and I was cramped the entire time."
    • Doc S.
      Doc Searls: "The box seats are large and private, but some have terrible sight lines to the stage. Our family was split between G on one side and H on the other, and neither could see more than half the stage."
  • 9.3

    Majestic Theatre

    Theater 245 W 44th St New York, NY

    People also say (240 tips):

    • Lisa L.
      Lisa Lee: "I'm in love with The Phantom of the Opera! Worth seeing multiple times! Really try to get tickets with good seats so you don't get an obstructed view of the chandelier. Nice to have it above you :)"
    • foodforfel
      foodforfel: "Warning: If you grew up listening to the soundtrack, you might start tearing up when the orchestra hits those first notes and the chandelier starts to rise. (It's an experience.)"

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