After the Show: Dinner at Five Napkin Burger Conveniently placed at the corner of 9th and 45th, Five Napkin Burger delivers the American classic of a burger and fries with an upscale, classy atmospheric twist paired with food from all natural beef.
Its vast array of burgers will have even the most “seasoned” sandwich connoisseur salivating.
New York City is known for its sparkling skylines, tasteful restaurants, and legendary theatrical stagings.
As a date location, however, maneuvering the city can pose challenges to those new to its streets. Show is here to provide you with our top suggestions for a romantic date night, inspired by 10 Broadway musicals now playing in New York City. displays a powerful story of female empowerment interwoven with romantic interludes between one, small-town waitress and her handsome – albeit awkward – gynecologist.
Our recommendations: try the mouthwatering bacon-cheddar burger or unique truffle burger. After the Show: Cheesecake at Junior’s Junior’s has become a staple for visitors to the city and locals alike; luckily for guests at the Shubert Theatre, the restaurant stands mere yards away from the theater’s doors.
After viewing a Bette Midler-led cast onstage, nuzzle up next to your date at the bar at Junior’s and sip a milkshake or dine on a bite of world-famous cheesecake.
Ah, the joys of the modest musical, a rare commodity on Broadway these days but an ideal tenant for the intimately scaled and lovingly restored Longacre Theater.
See the Show: This Tony Award-winning Best Musical, with music from the legendary Cyndi Lauper, regales the uplifting tale of believing in oneself based on the early 2000s film by the same name.See the Show: , several musicians and ensemble cast members play their own instruments while simultaneously belting and prancing onstage; continue the trend by taking your date to Don’t Tell Mama, one of the premiere piano bars with live music in the Theater District.See the Show: providing thematic inspiration, take your date out on the town for a late night of dancing at one of New York’s many clubs and venues.So, indications are that this appealing show will do well (but not too well) on Gotham’s Main Stem, despite having come out of nowhere and been assembled by no one you’ve heard of.
Creative team of Austin Winsberg (book) and collaborators Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner (music and lyrics) should thank their lucky stars for Krysta Rodriguez and Zachary Levi, who are seriously charming as mismatched blind daters destined to become lovers.
See the Show: paints a whimsical backdrop for lovers both new to and familiar with theater.