238 New World Stages - Stage 4 Tips
- Casual 2
- Take public transit 3
- Parking is expensive 2
- Park in lot 1
- Food and drinks for purchase 2
- Dine before you go 1
Hibernia Bar and Restaurant, 50th Street between 9th and 10th Avenues. Friendly and clean. Onion soup was good and hot!!
There are 2 bars with drinks and snacks and they also have in theater purchase options.
If you're attending "The Play That Goes Wrong" or anything else at New World Stages, you can start the fun at Uncle Nick's Greek restaurant (747 Ninth Avenue), where an inopikilia (appetizer platter), saganaki-tiri (flaming cheese), and carafe of retsina (pine-flavored white wine, but -- really! -- quite tasty) will get up to four quite happy without much of a dent in a wallet. For dessert (if you want it), try galaktoboureko (sort of a Greek sweet blintz) or yogurt with honey & walnuts.
Make sure you pay attention ALL THE TIME (mark my word) at The play that goes wrong.
oIfIr, add your own...If you are arriving by LIRR take the subway to the theater. It is 16 blocks from Penn. Station to 50th St. If you decide to walk to the theater , walk down 9th st instead of 8th, much less pedestrian traffic.
Went to Inti on 10th Avenue after the 2 pm show....excellent Peruvian food, great service...a delight!
317 50th Street via Parkingwiz, reasonable and very close to theater.
Don’t look up information on the show. Just go in and you’ll be pleasantly surprised!
The snacks in the theater are expensive. We purchased 2 bottles of water and 2 M&Ms and it costs $20. The waters were not ice cold at that price. They will check your bags if you try to bring in outside food or drink, so be aware of the expensive food and beverages prices inside the theater.
There is no free parking around this location. Parking can be expensive depending in which garage facility you use. There are many facilities around the area. We drove in, lots of traffic, it would be better to take public transit to this location.
Enjoy a great Mexican meal at Rancho Tequileri right across 9th Ave. The food is tasty and service is prompt.
In the patio behind the theater are several very good restaurants we have tried.
Take a walk to the Carnegie Deli & have a Corned Beef Sandwich. That will make it all worth while : )
There is a bar there that has a cool vibe good place to hang and have a drink before or after a show and get there on time because there are other shows at the same venue.