Links to thisbroadway’s favorite art exhibit
Paris Theater-Usually plays one movie for a month or more
Elinor Bunim-A very new chic theatre complex in Lincoln Center. Three screens in all, including the space age like amphitheatre. Grab a pre-show bite and a drink at their wine bar. They also put real butter on your popcorn, and have home made lemonade if you are lucky
iPic Fulton Market-The newest trend in theater. Private reclining pods, VIP seating options that come with pillows, blankets and unlimited popcorn (real melted butter if you ask) and soft drinks. There is also a full dining menu and adult beverage menu, including great wine selections and premium cocktails. The restaurant upstairs is another option if you want to dine before or after the movie. It’s pricey, but worth it for a special night out with someone special.
Multi screen theaters for the serious indie fan
Lincoln Plaza Cinema
IFC Film Center (formerly the waverly)-bordering on the shabby cool some of the theatres have some super comfy seats
These might not be pretty but you might see a great movie here that will not be playing anywhere else in NYC, or maybe even the entire world
Brooklyn Academy of Music-I love BAM. There are so many choices here. Indie Film, Theatre, Dance, Music and Opera. You can take just about every subway line to Atlantic Ave.-Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Just a short hop from Manhattan
Links to thisbroadway’s favorite eats
Becco-This is a wonderful eatery on Restaurant Row. Great food at reasonable prices. Two of the best bargains 1) The extensive $25 bottle wines! 2) The unlimited trio of pasta tasting that changes every day. Make a reservation, especially if you are going to the theatre. It’s packed every night!
You can also eat very well at any of my favorite neighborhood spots:
The Back Room @ Park Hyatt