When it is convenient, we recommend that residents let us plan for their arrival as early as possible. The best tickets, the hottest restaurant reservations and services are assured when we can arrange them for you in advance of your stay.

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1   Bar 44 at The Royalton  New York City's Bar 44, the reincarnation of the Royalton’s legendary Round Bar, features bar and pre-theater menus. Bar 44 is an inviting scene for conversation and unwinding at the end of a long day.

2   Bar Centrale @ Joe Allen  An insider’s establishment, located up the steps from Joe Allen’s restaurant. There's no sign or other indication that there's a bar up here at all. Open nightly from 5pm, this intimate locale has a retro noir feel to it, and the size of the space almost demands camaraderie.

3   Bond 45  Large–scaled, theatrical, yet welcoming Italian steakhouse just one block from AKA. Designed with dark wood and stained glass, aiming to look as if it’s been around for a century, Bond 45 produces an excellent Cacio e Pepe (pasta with black pepper and cheese, a sizable fish of the day, as well as solid cuts of well–prepared beef.

4   Café Un Deux Trois   Long–running Theatre District French bistro mainstay that’s in the same roomy location since 1977.

5   Dean & Deluca  Modern café with good coffee and espresso drinks, brewed with boutique roaster Counter Culture Coffee beans. Also pastries, and a varied café menu selection.

6   Esca  NY Times 3–Star, fish–centric Italian from Mario Batali and hard–working chef Dave Pasternak. Known for some of the freshest fish in NYC (Pasternak has a network of local fisherman supplying him) as well as seamless service and a compelling wine list. For single diners, the small bar is a smart place to eat.

7   Il Gattopardo  Chef Vito Gnazzo lights up this tiny spot with its ivy–covered garden with a Sicilian rustic classics.

8   John’s Pizzeria  The Margherita is the NYC reference standard. Sit down for cheap chianti, a salad, and one of these classic pies.

9   Kellari Taverna  A welcoming Greek taverna known for simply grilled fish sold by the pound and as a great after–work drinks stop. A sign above the bar reads ‘enter as strangers, exit as friends,’ and this motto informs the friendly service and menu that encourages sharing.

10   Koi  Sushi of great freshness, as well as a kitchen excelling in interesting sauces, in a boisterous and cutting edge room full of revelers.

11   Little Italy Pizza  Very good NY–style pizza by the slice or pie.

12   Osteria al Doge  Great choice in the theatre district for lunch or dinner. Satisfying Northern Italian cooking (we’re particularly enamored with the pasta Bolognese) in a vibrant, bustling room.

13   Pret a Manger  Natural sandwiches and salads in an upscale fast food environment.

14   Red Flame Diner Coffee House  Classic diner with booths and hyper–efficient waiters. This is where we go for eggs over easy with toast or a quick tuna salad sandwich.

15   Saju Bistro Bar & Restaurant  Saju is an eclectic French bistro with an inviting, warm atmosphere. The restaurant, which seats 110 guests, also features a full-service bar offering several signature cocktails. Located very conveniently across the street from AKA.

16   Shake Shack  Modern–day ‘roadside burger stand’ operated by the uber–restauranteur Danny Meyer with all natural black angus burgers. Also very good frozen custard with gourmet flavors such as black raspberry.

17   Sushi Zen  A solid citizen of the NYC sushi world, Sushi Zen serves impeccably fresh fish as well as flavorful renditions of Japanese hot dishes.

18   The Long Room  An Irish gastropub with 40 beers on tap, and an unbelievably good perhaps signature sandwich—a pulled pork reuben on pretzel bread.

19   Trattoria Dopo Teatro 

Regional Italian specialties served in a traditional trattoria setting. Award winning wine cellar boasts 500 selections.

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