Your visiting the arts acropolis that is Lincoln Center. Lots to see and do between theater, music, dance and film as well as a fountain-side sit down on its broad plaza. But, what about when it’s time to eat? Once was, you’d see a show and leave this section of the West Side either hungry or disappointed. Not so anymore.

Our picks: stay on site for a quick fix at 65 Cafe or indulge your palate with Lincoln, a top notch restaurant just adjacent to the Vivian Beaumont Theater (while you’re there try and get a ticket to the hotter than hot production of War Horse). Hop across Broadway to Epicerie Boulud for a French-edged food moment at one of its few tables or reserve ahead at Bar Boulud and Boulud Sud . Other options, while a bit formula, include P.J. Clarke’s, Ed’s Chowder House and Rosa Mexicana.

Its all nearby the perimeter of Lincoln Center so you’re enjoying the show

and eating just fine without traveling to another part of town.



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