United States Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all United States activity »
  1. 1 Carrie's apartment in NY
  2. 2 driving RT 66
  3. 3 From Newark to Manhattan
  4. 4 once in a lifetime
  5. 5 Birthday vacation ideas
  6. 6 You think the Rainbow Room is worth a visit?
  7. 7 Commuting to New Jersey from Manhattan
  8. 8 San Diego - Del vs. Loews Coronado Bay
  9. 9 2017 Yellowstone or bust
  10. 10 Hotels Houston
  11. 11 Mini Honeymoon in Philadelphia
  12. 12 Looking for REPUTABLE travel insurance in US
  13. 13 Palm Springs, CA trip advice
  14. 14 Yellowstone/GTNP trip booked! Now need tour advice please.
  15. 15 1st trip to DC - for 2 nights
  16. 16 Long Weekend in Denver
  17. 17 Big Island: Mauna Kea with kids?
  18. 18 Monument Valley
  19. 19 Sedona lodging
  20. 20 Northern California 13-day Itinerary
  21. 21 Tioga Pass
  22. 22 Trip Report 48 Hours in NYC
  23. 23 Where to visit out east
  24. 24 Orlando to Vermont
  25. 25 Page AZ to Kanab UT
View next 25 » Back to the top

Dinner before or after Kinky Boots -- and where?

Jump to last reply

Snagged tickets for Kinky Boots in NYC on a Sat night in November. Soon to be 85 year old Mom will have arrived from LA that day. My guess is that even with the 3 hour difference (meaning the show will start at 5 p.m. L.A. time) she might want to grab a bite before the show. But with my energetic mom, you just don't know!

So . . . looking for recs for a light dinner either before or after the show, depending on her stamina. It's going to HAVE to be close by the theatre, since she will probably not want to walk great distances or cab someplace.

She's a foodie, and loves her wine . . . BUT if we go before the show too much will knock her out! And husband and I are not the types to spend a whole evening in a restaurant and are definitely unpretentious when it comes to dining. We like lively vibe, eclectic clientele. We all like to drink. So close, fun, and for mom, something a little more elevated than a famous Ray's. Even a pub will do. Love French, Italian, unpretentious American, and small plates (i.e. tapas kinda food) will work. I'm the only one at the table who stopped eating Sushi when it became fashionable.

Suggestions?

11 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement