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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.

carmines

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.

Tonys-Di-Napoli

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