Applebee’s is a favorite around the country and the one on West 42nd Street is specially equipped to meet your group’s needs and desires. Dine in or order Grab-n-Go Boxes if you are on the run.

Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner. The restaurant offers a diverse, always-fresh buffet for each and every meal. You can eat as light or as heavily as you’d like. Try Applebee’s famous Caesar Salad or the lunch buffet with an array of chicken and fish dishes.

Your group also can partake of special lunches and dinners. Choose the Big Apple and select four entrées that include chicken and fish, or go with the Best of Times Square and enjoy chicken, steak and fish. Each special dinner comes with Caesar Salad, beverage and dessert.

If your group is on a tight schedule, Applebee’s certainly can accommodate you.


B.B. King Blues Club and Grill, conveniently located in the heart of Times Square, is a great place for groups on their way to the theatre or about to tour the town.

There is music every night at 8 p.m. This active blues club presents various artists, including Jim Messina, Vanilla Fudge, George Clinton, Air Supply, Roomful of Blues and B.B. King (of course). The joint certainly is jumping at night.

Sunday brunch includes the live sounds of the world-famous Harlem Gospel Choir.

Lucille’s Grill, separate from the club, serves great food and drink. This is a wonderful place to take your group for lunch or a pre-theatre dinner. Groups may order from a menu that includes a special Cornmeal Crusted Catfish. If you’re not into catfish, there’s always the Char Grilled Burger or Traditional Baked Ziti. Something light? Try the Classic Caesar Salad. The pre-theatre menu includes a magnificent dessert—Mississippi Mud Pie with fresh whipped cream and chocolate sauce.

The location, club atmosphere and wonderful food make the B.B. King Blues Club and Grill a perfect destination for groups.


The Blue Fin Seafood and Sushi Restaurant welcomes groups with a wonderful before or after theatre menu. Using nature as a grounding force, the beautiful setting includes a textured, wave-inspired grand wall along a rising staircase, deep wood-toned columns and floors, and subtly resonant ambient lighting. Both booths and tables are available.

Elegantly designed and comfortably appointed, this Times Square restaurant offers a delectable menu that features unique starters such as Maine Lobster and Shrimp Bisque, Jalapeno Spicy Tuna Roll and Yellowtail Roll. Among the delicious entrées are Blue Cheese Crusted Filet Mignon, Florida Red Snapper and Ginger Crispy Skin Scottish Salmon. Steak Fries, Petite Portobello Mushrooms and Lo Mein Noodles are all on the menu. End your dining experience with some of their decadent desserts, which include Chocolate Graham Cracker S’mores, Butterscotch Crème Brulee and Red Velvet Cheesecake.

The Blue Fin Seafood and Sushi Restaurant, located in the heart of Times Square, is convenient and comfortable. The friendly, professional wait staff will ensure your dinner is served efficiently and in a timely manner, allowing you to easily make your curtain or engage in your next activity. Your group will find there’s plenty to enjoy on the diverse menu of this delightful New York eatery.


This Italian steak and seafood restaurant is located in the heart of the theatre district and within walking distance of the major Broadway shows.

The exterior of Bond 45 is hard to miss. The bright red and blue neon lights and red canopy over the main entrance serve as a welcoming beacon to patrons. Inside, you’ll find a warm, welcoming atmosphere that includes dark rich wood and leather and gentle amber lighting. Both booths and tables are available in this multilevel eatery.

The entrée menu includes homemade Fettuccine Ragu, Organic King Salmon Steak and Sliced Prime Steak Gorgonzola. Appetizers include tasty Bruschetta al Gorgonzola and Insalata “Quaranta Cinque” served with a balsamic vinaigrette dressing. The Italian food is authentic, the steaks are tender and the seafood is fresh.

The Bond 45 restaurant has a rich history and is large enough to ably handle groups of theatergoers. Tasteful, relaxed and dedicated to fine service, Bond 45 is designed to serve the pre-theatre crowd.

Brazi Brazil Grill

At Brazil Brazil Grill you’ll find the decor simple, subtle, and tasteful…and the food wonderfully diverse. The restaurant accommodates groups including those comprised primarily of students.

There’s a tapas menu that includes steak, mussels and shrimp. Tapas come three to a plate and are served with Brazilian rice and black beans.

The dinner menu includes Pan Roasted Salmon Filet in a Lemon Butter Reduction and Chicken Bossa Nova Pan Roasted with White Wine, Garlic and Mushroom Reduction. A house salad, dessert and drink are all included.

Brazil, Brazil Grill caters to groups on their way to the theatre, coming from a matinée or on an outing. The authentic Latin dishes are the highlight of this restaurant, which serves Caipirinha , the national drink of Brazil. Enjoy some light dining via the Tapas


If interested in great Italian food that is served quickly and efficiently, Carmine’s is an excellent choice. The dining room’s high ceiling is dotted with fans, chandeliers and art deco fixtures. The room is spacious, well lit and includes large and small tables. Family style lunches and dinners are served daily.

Offering both variety and value, the Express Menu allows you to choose your pasta, entrée, beverage and dessert.

The lunch and dinner menus include appetizers, pasta, entrées, the dessert sampler and beverage. While the Lunch menu offers more choices than the Express menu, the Dinner menu is brimming with even more choices. There are numerous appetizers, including Zuppa di Clams and Carmine’s Salad. Entrées include Eggplant Parmigiana, Chicken Marsala with mushrooms, Salmon Oreganato, and Sausage, Peppers, Onions and Potatoes (an old Italian favorite).

The food is delicious and plentiful and the service is friendly. If you’re headed to a midtown theatre after dinner, you’ll need to leave some extra time since Carmine’s is in the 90s. This is a quality dining experience and a fine prelude to the theatre.


Great music, an inviting dance floor and fantastic food are all a part of the Cotton Club experience. Offering both buffet and à la carte service, the Cotton Club can attend to your group’s needs and desires.

Snapper, shell steak and herb roasted chicken are all first-rate. The Saturday and Sunday Gospel Brunch and Dinner are unique dining and listening experiences.

Enjoy flavorful Braised Turkey Wings, rich Sautéed Chicken Livers and tasty Fried Chicken. If you’re into jazz and blues, you’ll revel in the Blues and Jazz Show Dinner served buffet style Thursday through Saturday. The succulent Barbecue Veal Ribs are the highlight of this offering. Sides are varied and expansive. They include buttered grits, Creole tomatoes, collard greens and black-eyed peas. The music will transport you to another place and time and the food will satisfy each and every palate.

Enjoy the Cotton Club before or after the theatre or make it a special night out for the entire group. Jazz and blues, Southern and Northern cuisine and an all-American experience are yours at the Cotton Club.


Dallas BBQ has three great locations for its mouthwatering southern-fare restaurant.One is on the upper West Side while the others are in or near the theatre district.

It’s hard to miss the big red and yellow Dallas BBQ sign in Times Square. It’s an inviting sight for those who savor wonderful barbecue amidst a simple setting. Inside, you’ll discover murals of buffalo and a large, life-size buffalo sculpture.

The servings are big, the food succulent and savory. The combo sirloin steak and ribs platter will more than impress you as will the restaurant’s Super Combo Platter of ribs and shrimp. Corn bread, coleslaw and French fries or baked potato are included.

Dallas BBQ is not fancy but the servings are generous, the service friendly and fast, and the food simply delicious. Conveniently located near Broadway, Dallas BBQ is a dining establishment your entire group will relish.


Walking through the doors of Daniela Ristorante, guests will be struck by the red tablecloths overlaid with white linen, a two-tired dining room and soothingly light yellow walls decorated with tasteful paintings. The setting is relaxing, the service is impeccable…and the food is fresh!

The group menu includes either a three- or fourcourse dinner. The three-course dining menu offers the soup of the day or a house salad, various entrées and dessert.

The four-course menu includes numerous appetizers such as sweet Fried Calamari, hearty Portabello Balsamico and premium Hot Antipasto. For the second course choose from one of three authentic pastas. The third course offers four different entrées including the restaurant’s unique Salmon Daniela’s. Save room to enjoy the fourth course of cheesecake, tiramisu or cannolis.

For those who want their New York experience to include special moments of food, friends and fine times, this is the perfect spot. With an Italian menu that is sublime, Daniela Ristorante is certain to please every member of your group.


With a unique ambience that combines popmodern and 50s styles, Ellen’s Stardust Diner features singing waiters and waitresses decked out in clothes that go back to the time when Frankie and Annette were teen icons. There’s a real record hop feel to this restaurant that includes booths and chairs with red upholstery and pepper-grey tables with chrome trim.

Lunch includes burgers, chicken fingers, chicken sandwich and fries. There’s also pasta and salad. The dinner menu provides such diner classics as meatloaf, roast turkey and sirloin steak. Light beverages such as soda, coffee, iced tea and tea are included and for dessert there’s Ellen’s Mini Ice Cream Sundae.

Rock and roll permeates this thoroughly entertaining eating establishment. A perfect venue for theme-based casual dining and photo opportunities, your group will savor the upbeat, nostalgic ambience and traditional American diner favorites. There’s plenty of room in this two-tiered establishment for groups of all sizes. It’s a fun trip down memory lane or a history lesson for some in your group at Ellen’s Stardust Diner.


You’ll feel welcome and at home at H B Burger for this restaurant is very different from the other “fast food” burger joints. The relaxed atmosphere, delicious food and dedicated service make this an American favorite. If your group is looking for burgers, salads and fries, then this is the perfect place. Student groups will love this restaurant.

Try the tasty Southern Fried Pickle Spears and HB Buffalo Chips with Buffalo Ranch Dip. Hearty and nicely spiced Harland Nachos will take your taste buds to another place. Entrées include a hefty turkey burger, perfectly dressed Caesar chicken salad and penne pasta with marinara. Their French fries are fresh cut and use only Idaho potatoes. Succulent and flavorful, H B Burger’s Heap of Onion Straws is as special as it gets when it comes to side dishes.

The restaurant offers a complete line of homemade sodas and their key lime pie is a simply wonderful dessert concoction.

H B Burger is a great place for fast, satisfying dining. If you are looking for a restaurant that offers traditional American food with some very nice twists, take your tour or theatre group to H B Burger.


America loves rock and roll and America loves the Hard Rock Café. This truly special rockthemed restaurant has a diverse group menu that will please both hearty meat eaters and dedicated vegetarians.

Tender veggie burgers, creamy Caesar salads, and flavorful pulled pork are all available. For groups that desire a big dinner, there’s the Hard Rock’s ½ Rack of BBQ Ribs with French fries, coleslaw, or BBQ baked beans. The restaurant’s Grilled Hawaiian Chicken with mashed potatoes and fresh vegetables is an exceptional creation.

Along with group lunch and dinner menus, the restaurant also offers breakfast.

Of course, you’re going to love the rock theme that permeates this American restaurant. Rich in memories and memorabilia, the Hard Rock Café is a real audience pleaser. A visit to the Hard Rock Café is more than a fun dining experience; it’s a front seat tour of our country’s pop music history. Make it casual and light at the Hard Rock Café.


Casual dining and an experienced wait staff await you at the Heartland Brewery and Chophouse. The food reflects the down-to-earth qualities that define the eclectic and hearty nature of great American food.

Appetizers include the specially flavored Chop House Tortilla Chips with Spinach Dip and spicy Buffalo Chicken Spring Roll. Their Crispy Fried Calamari with spicy Marinara is tender and nicely herbed.

The entrées are exceptional and include tender Skirt Steak and succulent Romanian Tenderloin. The signature St. Lewis Smoked Ribs with Heartland’s Famous BBQ Sauce are as good as it gets. For those interested in a truly innovative entrée, make the amazing Wild Mushroom Ravioli with Asparagus in a tomato herb sauce among your group’s selections. The generous sides include selections of various types of potato, spinach and mushroom dishes. For dessert, there’s New York cheesecake or key lime pie. Every dinner is served with fresh baked bread and creamy butter.

The Heartland Brewery and Chophouse welcomes groups and is perfectly situated in Times Square to serve the theatre crowd. Good food and a setting that is both welcoming and comfortable—a perfect combination!


Hurley’s has a century-long history of being a bastion for New York’s hungry theatergoers. Beautiful, dark hardwoods, richly upholstered furniture and elegantly detailed wall coverings define this establishment’s tasteful interior. Groups are welcome at this restaurant that has a long-standing tradition of ensuring patrons make their curtain time.

Lunch and dinner menus are diverse and satisfying. Appetizers include French Onion Soup, Lobster Bisque and Beefsteak Tomato with Fresh Mozzarella and Basil. If you’re in the mood for Thai food, you won’t be disappointed by the beautifully prepared entrée of Thai Chicken with spicy sesame noodles, field greens and Thai peanut dressing. The Beer Battered Cod Sandwich is sweetly fresh and tender, and the restaurant’s Sirloin Steak Sandwich with mushrooms, onions and cheese on French bread with fries is a true signature favorite. The dinner menu includes three exceptional dishes: Grilled Red Snapper, Chicken Marsala and Shrimp Scampi with garlic sauce. At meal’s end, indulge one of three rich desserts: Midnight Chocolate Mousse Cake, Tollhouse Cookie Pie or New York Cheesecake.

This NYC historical landmark, in the heart of the Theatre District, has been serving food to theatre goers and visitors to New York since 1892. Hurley’s is steeped in the type of tradition that defines great New York restaurants.


This is a multi-level sports-focused restaurant that embraces its athletic theme thoroughly. Deep wood tones, plenty of big screen TVs and nicely appointed tables and booths are all a part of this casual restaurant’s atmosphere. There’s always some sporting event being broadcast at Legends whether it’s being played in the U.S. or in another part of the world.

Legends offers a Student Tour Lunch Menu that includes mixed green salad and student favorites such as hamburgers and cheeseburgers, fish and chips, and macaroni and cheese. Fries or mashed potatoes are included as is a dessert of vanilla ice cream. Soft drinks are served with lunch.

The dinner menu offers three entrées: Grilled Breast of Chicken with Sautéed Vegetables and Pan Gravy; Broiled Sole Filet with Saffron Rice and Lemon Butter Sauce and Pasta Primavera with Garden Vegetables in a Parmesan Cream Sauce. All include salad, dessert and sodas, coffee or tea.

Legends is a happening sports eatery with lots of room and great service for groups interested in a casual dining experience. There’s a special lunch menu for students and plenty of sportsrelated memorabilia to enhance the atmosphere.

Lexington Yacht Cruise

Enjoy a wonderful Lexington Yacht Cruise that includes a 3+ hour excursion, a perfectly prepared meal, engaging entertainment and beautiful sites. The Lexington is a classically styled yacht with brilliantly polished wood handrails, a fine mahogany dining room and carefully crafted teak decks. These features and the canopy-covered bridge deck will bring you back to the era of the great yachts—the 1920s. Yet, it is a totally modern yacht that includes all conveniences.

Groups can savor amazing food while enjoying a lovely cruise. A special buffet can be prepared specifically for your group that includes various stations. Groups of 60 or more may choose seven hors d’oeuvres from a list of close to twodozen. Choices include Shrimp and Mango Salsa in Tortilla cup, Traditional Pizza Triangles with your choice of topping and Lemon Marinated Lamb Kabobs with Cilantro Yogurt Sauce.

To further customize your meal, select one entrée from the carve station, a side dish, one entrée from the ethnic station and one dessert. Coffee and tea are included. The carving station option can be chosen from six different meats, including Grilled Marinated Flank Steak, Honey Apricot Glazed Ham and Cajun Roasted Turkey with Creole Gravy. The ethnic station includes Asian, Italian and Mexican dishes, while sides are amazingly creative.

If your group desires an upscale, adventurous PLEASE INQUIRE There are many cruise and meal options. Various schedules apply during certain times of the year. Pricing varies by locations, time of year, meal options, music, night cruise, etc. dining experience that can be tailored to your group in just about any manner, then the sophisticated excursions offered by Lexington Yacht Cruise are a fine choice.


Marco Polo Cruises offers six different yachts for your waterway and dining pleasure. Lunch and dinner cruises are available and offer multiple menus, which may be customized. The buffet lunch and the DJ are especially popular with student groups. Chart your course, plan your menu and work out every detail with the staff of Marco Polo Cruises.

The 100-foot long Cabana, which is certified for 150 passengers, is perfect for a student cruise. If you have a smaller group, the 90-foot Halfmoon with room for 90 may be your best choice. For very large groups, the Harbor Lights is a spacious and ultra modern yacht that is certified for 350 passengers.

For over 18 years, Marco Polo Cruises have been taking passengers along New York’s beautiful waterways. Create a unique and exciting experience for your group as you leave the city behind for a few hours and enjoy Manhattan from a different perspective.

Mont Blanc

Mont Blanc’s wonderful food and pleasant atmosphere make this restaurant a favorite place to dine.

Located in the center of the theatre district, Mont Blanc is a truly special restaurant offering a range of finely prepared dishes. Able to accommodate your group prior to a matinee or evening performance, the cordial wait staff will be sure to facilitate your stay, ensuring that every detail is attended to and that your dining experience is perfect.

For lunch or dinner, choose from various appetizers, including luscious Herring in Sour Cream or their Pate de Jour. Lunch dishes include tender Viennese Veal Dumpling, light Omelette a la Francise and a very special Spinach Linguine with Pesto Sauce. Dinner entrées offer more variety, including the beautiful combination of Linguine and Farm Raised Manila Clams or the enchanting pasta dish Farfalle Delle Stagione. Lunch and dinner include vegetables, potato, dessert and coffee or tea.

Your group certainly will have a great time at Mont Blanc. The cuisine is first rate and the ambience encourages relaxation and pure enjoyment. With an international menu, Mont Blanc is sure to please all.

Noa Danielle

Manhattan Steamboat’s classic-style yacht Noa Danielle offers the perfect venue for that special group experience that includes an extraordinary water adventure and fine dining. The Noa Danielle, which is certified for 49 guests, was first built as a private vessel. This is an amazing, upscale yacht and not your common party boat or dinner cruise vessel.

Manhattan Steamboat has booked unique dinning experiences for an array of celebrities, companies and officials, including Jon Stewart of the Daily Show, NY Governor Andrew Cuomo & Sandra Lee, Former NY governor George Pataki, the George Soros family, Goldman Sachs, Google, Jewelry Designer David Yurman and the Italian Ambassador to the United Nations.

Manhattan Steamboat strives to provides a premium experience, one that is customized to you and your group. Menus can be specially designed for your event and each detail is considered. As part of the planning process, an appointment for a private tour of the vessel can be scheduled.

A cruise on the Noa Danielle offers a one-of-akind waterway adventure you’ll remember forever.


Celebrating 35 years in business, this Irishthemed restaurant is a favorite with groups. O’Casey’s Irish Bar and Restaurant immediately welcomes guests with its green and white awning. The interior features dark woods, deep green walls and tablecloths and white linen napkins. The setting is warm and welcoming.

The food is hearty and varied. Your group can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner at this bar and restaurant. Eggs, bagels, fresh fruit and more await you in the morning.

For lunch or dinner, groups have two different menus from which to choose. Menu 1’s selections include their Corned Beef Sandwich and the signature O’Casey’s Hamburger. All the lunch or dinner choices on Menu 1 include fries, coleslaw and pickle along with a dessert and beverage.

Menu 2 offers three different dinners. Enjoy their tasty Broiled Filet of Salmon with sun-dried tomato and capers or a perfectly prepared Grilled Sirloin Steak. There’s also O’Casey’s finely Sautéed Chicken Breast with julienne vegetables. The soup of the day or garden salad plus dessert and beverage come with all items on Menu 2.

The atmosphere is always convivial at O’Casey’s and the service always grand. You’re sure to feel at home.


It’s difficult to find a more authentic Chinese restaurant than the Peking Duck House located in Manhattan’s Chinatown. The interior provides ample space and is decorated in a simple but authentic Asian style. The atmosphere is bright and inviting.

Groups may choose from various lunch or dinner menus. Appetizers include tasty Chicken Corn Soup, light Vegetable Spring Rolls and hot Steamed Dumpling. Their specialty, tender Peking duck, is always on the menu. Other choices include genuine General Tso’s Chicken, spiced Twin Lobster with ginger and scallions and melt-in-your-mouth Sautéed Fillet Mignon with broccoli. Like something a tad spicy? Try their Prawns with Chili sauce. Sautéed Mix Vegetables and assorted Fried Rice are offered with each dinner. Dessert and beverage always are included.

This is a great choice for groups touring Chinatown or for those wanting a bit of a jaunt after a Broadway or Off-Broadway matinee. Leave some time to shop around the district and to take in the ambience of this cultural enclave. The Perking Duck House is well worth the trip.


Pete’s Tavern, located near Gramercy Park, was established in 1864 and is the oldest continuously operating bar and restaurant in New York City. A trip to Pete’s Tavern means a trip back in time. This 19th century establishment, which owes part of its legend to the famed author O. Henry, has been seen in innumerable movies and on various TV shows. Its diverse and long history aside, what differentiates Pete’s Tavern from so many other dining establishments is its fine Italian-American cuisine. Many consider it to be the best in Manhattan.

For groups, this restaurant is a real find. The menu has been refined to offer theater and tour groups various choices, among them some of their finest dishes. Appetizers are mouthwatering and include lightly breaded Fried Calamari, finely spiced Clams Oregenata and savory Stuffed Mushrooms.

The dinner menu offers a wonderful Seared Shell Steak with Wine Sauce served with potato and vegetables. The Veal Cutlet Parmigiana served with Pasta is sweetly tender. Groups have numerous choices regarding drinks and desserts.

The service, food and ambiance are all as good and as genuine as they can get. Weather permitting, Pete’s also offers sidewalk seating. Pete’s Tavern is an authentic New York gem.


For groups that desire the ultimate elegant dining experience, there is Petrossian. Named after the the family that founded this gourmet restaurant, this establishment offers Frenchinfluenced contemporary cuisine.

Located in the historic Alwyn Court Building on the West Side of Manhattan, Petrossian features a dining room designed by Ion Oroveanu. Petrossian’s upscale design elements combine to create a look that is unique, inspired and ultimately pleasing to the eye. From the Lalique crystal wall sconces to the Limoges china that grace each table, every element is coordinated to create the ultimate unified effect.

Groups may enjoy the dinner menu daily or the brunch menu on Saturday and Sunday. Every dish is created with the best and freshest ingredients. Entrées include Seared Wild Salmon, Roasted Hanger Steak and Crispy Duck Breast. For brunch indulge in their Premier Smoked Salmon or Duck Confit Risotto with wild mushrooms. The food is superb! You’ll long remember your dinner or brunch at Petrossian.

Both Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center are nearby, making this the perfect place to go prior to the ballet, opera or concert. Since 1984, Petrossian has been serving premium cuisine to a discerning clientele.


Pietrasanta one of the theatre district’s most popular Italian eateries. Sleek and glowing with a warm light, it offers a wide selection of delicious Italian favorites.

This restaurant is a perfect fit for groups on their way to a matinee or evening performance. Named after a town on the Northern Coast of Tuscany, the eatery offers a relaxing atmosphere, topnotch service and a menu of Italian dishes that include chicken, fish and pasta.

The Student Lunch Menu features a flavorful Ravioli di Zucca, a pumpkin ravioli in red pepper sauce with a touch of cream. Equally delicious is the Pollo Melanzana made of chicken with roasted eggplant, tomato and Parmesan cheese and served with vegetables. The Lunch/Dinner Menu offers a pan-roasted salmon with a Dijon glaze served with a vegetable. This is a restaurant favorite. Entrées include beverage and dessert.

Pietrasanta is a convenient, popular Italian restaurant with competitive prices, fine service and an inviting environment.


Planet Hollywood, with its Silver Screen theme, can be described as Tinsel Town comes to the Great White Way. Sit amidst memorabilia, talk about your favorite movies and stars and get down to some star-studded eating before the show.

The Movie Star Classic Menu is designed to please all groups. Grilled chicken, char-grilled burgers and barbecue pulled pork are highlights. Or you may decide you’re in the mood for a Caesar salad laced with creamy Caesar dressing and topped with grilled chicken. The Penne Pasta Pomodoro blends spaghetti with fresh Roma tomato sauce, extra virgin olive oil, basil and aged Parmesan cheese. It’s a delightful concoction.

The bright lights in Planet Hollywood rival those outside on Broadway. The ambiance is worthy of an Oscar and the dishes are perfect for those who want light to medium fare prepared and served in plenty of time to allow your group to easily get to your show. The stars are always out in Planet Hollywood where Tinsel Town comes alive and there’s always a happy ending. Enjoy the show!

spirit_dining_cruisesSpirit Cruises provide unique waterway and dining experiences for students and adults. The Spirit of New York is a contemporary vessel that may be booked for anywhere from 20 to 600 passengers.

Wondrous views, specially created grand buffets and great events, including the chance to enjoy their dance floors, a Top-40 DJ and singing staff are all included. There’s an array of cruise packages that are designed for every group imaginable, including tour, student and camps. Your Spirit Cruise is ready to go any time you are.

Book the Spirit of New York (and once it is refurbished and newly outfitted the Spirit of New Jersey) for Breakfast, Lunch, Midday and Dinner cruises. Fireworks and Moonlight excursions may be arranged. The line also offers the National 9/11 Memorial Cruise, which is a truly unforgettable experience.

Affordable, fun and unique, a Spirit Cruise has something for everyone.


Located between 6th Avenue and 46th Street, St. Andrews provides theatre groups and others visiting New York City with a fine setting to enjoy food and friends. The restaurant offers a diverse menu and is able to accommodate groups with ease. With a focus on service and expertly prepared food, St. Andrews gives those headed to a Broadway or Off-Broadway show or other event the chance to relish a truly special dinner.

Appetizers include Baby Greens Salad, P.E.I Mussels served with garlic toast and steamed in lemon, garlic and white wine, and Maryland Crab Cake with vegetable ratatouille and a wholegrain mustard tartar sauce. Dinner entrées are various with everything from Grilled Rib Eye Steak served over caramelized onions and mushrooms and with scallion whipped potatoes to Pan Seared Mahi Mahi with sweet potatoes, crabmeat, oyster mushrooms and a red bell pepper sauce. An American classic, BBQ Baby Back Ribs with coleslaw and fresh cut French fries, is a favorite of many. Included with dinner is Crème Brulee or ice cream and tea or coffee.

St. Andrews, with its solid red and red plaid upholstery, deep-grained wood trim and pleasantly toned off-white walls provides patrons with a soothing atmosphere. The choices are wide-ranging and the food is expertly prepared and quickly and competently served. Providing groups with numerous and quite different menu options, this is a real find.

star_of_americaManhattan Steamboat’s 130-foot luxury yacht Star of America offers the perfect venue for that special group experience that includes an extraordinary water adventure and a fine dining. The Star of America, which is certified for 149 guests, was first built as a private vessel. This grand yacht is not your common party boat or dinner cruise vessel.

Manhattan Steamboat has booked unique dinning experiences for an array of celebrities, companies and officials, including Jon Stewart of the Daily Show, NY Governor Andrew Cuomo & Sandra Lee, Former NY governor George Pataki, the George Soros family, Goldman Sachs, Google, Jewelry Designer David Yurman and the Italian Ambassador to the United Nations.

Manhattan Steamboat strives to provides a premium experience, one that is customized to you and your group. Menus can be specially designed for your event and each detail is considered. As part of the planning process, an appointment for a private tour of the vessel can be scheduled.

A cruise on the Star of America offers a one-of-akind waterway adventure


Sylvia’s Restaurant has a trendy contemporary look and some of the finest food in Harlem. There’s plenty of room for groups and plenty of food, too. Enjoy lunch or dinner family style from Monday through Friday.

On their busiest days, Saturday and Sunday, lunch and dinner are served on heaping platters. No matter what day you go to Sylvia’s Restaurant, you’ll enjoy the same amazing food. Choices include Sylvia’s special BBQ ribs, authentically herbed southern fried chicken and a real favorite, country fried fish. Sassy Rice, collard greens and potato salad are served with each dinner. Top your meal off with one of Sylvia’s premium desserts. Pitchers of soft drinks are included.

This is a fine eatery for a pre-theatre dinner or a great stop when touring the Apollo Theatre and other historic Harlem sites. Sylvia’s Restaurant offers some of the best home cooking you’ll ever have when dining out. It’s one of the most unique dining experiences you’ll enjoy on the Island of Manhattan.

Located at the top of the Marriott Marquis Hotel, The View is New York’s only revolving rooftop restaurant. With stunning panoramic views of New York and New Jersey, patrons are treated to a 360-degree tour every hour as they enjoy brunch or dinner.

The brunch menu is extensive and served buffet style. It includes everything from pastries to salads to delightful appetizers such as Smoked Salmon Rosette with Honey Mustard on Ficelle Crouton. Entrées include their super Stuffed French Toast, elegantly rich Eggs Benedict and sublimely Roasted Salmon with Cannellini Beans and Lemon Vinaigrette. There’s a chef’s station that will prepare omelets and waffles to your specifications.

For dinner, you’ll revel in the Lobster Bisque – tarragon crème fraiclie and enjoy the flavorful Vegetable Napoleon with Portobello with squash, fresh mozzarella, and tomato sauce.

The view, service and cuisine at this top-flight restaurant are unparalleled. The View Restaurant offers patrons a one-of-a-kind experience with the entire City of New York as the show.

The View


The first Tony’s Di Napoli was founded in New York City in 1959. Since that time, the restaurant has been serving food steeped in the Southern Neapolitan tradition and influenced by Old New York Italian favorites. Family style platters and authentic old NY Italian favorites have appealed to diners for decades. The food is exceptional in flavor, freshness and ingredients.

Tony’s Di Napoli is convenient for theatre goers and Its group menu is one of the most extensive you’ll find in the City of New York. The lunch menu offers patrons three different entrées, a generous salad rich with ingredients, desserts and beverages. Italian bread from Little Italy is included.

For dinner, choose one of the three different meal packages—all are brimming with authentic Italian creations. Each package includes the choice of various appetizers, pastas, entrées and desserts. Meals are served family style on platters with each platter serving approximately three people.

Tony’s has beautiful private party rooms

Trattoria Trecolori

Conveniently located in Manhattan’s theatre district, Trattoria Trecolori, is dedicated to excellence and hospitality. Since it first opened in 1991, this family owned and operated restaurant has maintained a reputation for authentic Italian dishes at reasonable prices.

Trattoria Trecolori’s freshly prepared Italian specialties are sure to please. If you enjoy pasta, try the Farfalle alla Primavera or the Tortelline alla Panna Montata. Should you prefer seafood, Fritto Mistro may be the way to go. Pollo Scarpariello is the restaurant’s succulent poultry entrée served wiith sweet Italian sausage. Antipasto Trecolori offers an assortment of Italian cured meats with mozzarella, tomato and basil olives and red peppers. Can’t make up your mind? Try them all from the restaurant’s generous buffet.

Be sure to save some room for dessert, for the Tiramisu or Ricotta Creme Cheesecake are sure to tempt. Both are served with fresh seasonal berries.

A staff that known for being helpful and attentive, a location convenient to theatres or for touring, and food that is simply delicious… Trattoria Trecoloria is a wonderful choice for your group!

World Yacht

A delightful Brunch, Lunch and Dining experience with the world famous skyline as a moving backdrop awaits you when you board the World Yacht.  Gentlemen are required to wear jackets for dinner cruises.  Brunch cruises are casual attire; however,jeans and sneakers are not permitted.

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If your group is looking to go off the beaten path,then perhaps they should take to the waterways.  World Yacht will transport your group along the waters that surround Manhattan for a unique dining and entertainment experience.   Climb aboard one of their pristine luxury yachts where you’ll be treated to exceptional cuisine, astounding views and first class entertainment.  Sophisticated, urbane, and delightful, you’ll feel as if you’re in a Noel Coward play or at the opening night party of a Broadway show. It does not get better than this.

World Yacht will take you and the members of your group away from everything. an experience that will long be remembered by everyone.Romance, natural beauty and good times are all on deck with WorldYacht.


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