Restaurant Row, on 46th Street between Broadway and 9th Avenue, is the quintessential example of everything that makes the Crossroads of the World unique. On this one block stretch, you can enjoy cuisine from all over the world, sample the styles of celebrity chefs like B. Smith and Lidia Bastianich, and gaze at Broadway Stars in some of their favorite haunts.
Restaurant Row is a veritable United Nations of dining. In the mood for Italian? Historic Barbetta is almost as old as Times Square itself. The restaurant celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2006, and is still owned by the family who opened its doors just three years after New Yorkers rode their first subway. Other great Italian options include Becco, Fiorentina, Lattanzi, La Rivista or Vita.
Or perhaps a French feast is more to your taste? Check out Le Rivage. Never sampled Russian cuisine? You don't know what you're missing, tovarisch! Head to Firebird (Russian) post-haste. Or enjoy a pre-theater nosh at Bangkok House (Thai), Broadway Joe (steakhouse), B. Smith's (southern-style USA), Village Pourhouse (bar & grill), Meson Sevilla (Spanish), Pomaire (Chilean), the House of Brews (USA) and more.
Restaurants located on Restaurant Row:
For details on Times Square's own foodie mecca, please visit Restaurant Row's official website.