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Top 5 Places to Eat Near Waitress

Do you have tickets to see the smash Broadway hit Waitress? This toe-tapping musical follows the journey of a small town waitress and pie baker on her path to an exciting new life. Not only will Waitress warm your heart, with all those fresh baked pies on stage, it will definitely make you hungry. Whether you want to savor a pre-theater dinner or dig into a slice of pie long after the final curtain goes down, here are five spots to satisfy your hunger… or sweet tooth!

Little Pie Company
After all those stirring songs about pie, you’ll be craving a big slice for yourself. Enjoy one of the best pies in New York when you head to this cozy shop with a couple of tables and small counter. Every pie is made from scratch, so whether you love Pumpkin, Key Lime, or Mississippi Mud, you know each bite will be delicious. 424 W 43rd St.

Time’s Square Diner & Grill
If you can’t imagine seeing Waitress without a trip to a real NYC diner, you’re in luck. The Theater District has a number of classic diners, but there’s only one with an upscale atmosphere serving whatever you’re craving. And in the spirit of the city that never sleeps, it’s open 24/7 no matter what day of the year it is. Swing by for a late-night tart or ice cream sundae. 807 8th Ave.

Playwright
Get in the Broadway spirit when you sit down to an early or late-night dinner at Playwright. This tavern with theater memorabilia covering the walls is only a 5-minute walk from where Waitress is playing. You can order up classic pub fare like juicy burgers and Irish favorites like Sheperd’s Pie and Dublin-style Fish & Chips. 202 W 49th St.

Joe Allen
Since 1965, this classic New York destination has been welcoming theater goers and actors from the surrounding stages of Broadway. Come at the right time, and you might just run into cast members from Waitress sharing a round of drinks. But don’t expect to see a poster of Waitress on the wall. Joe Allen has an infamous collection of Broadway fiascos on the aptly-named “Flop Wall.” 326 W 46th St.

Trattoria Trecolori
You can’t beat this Italian restaurant for location, especially if you have tickets to Waitress. Situated right next door to the entrance of the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Trattoria Trecolori serves up homemade pastas like Fettucine Alfredo and Spaghetti Alla Bolognese. The price is right, and with the stage just steps away, you have more than enough time for dessert. Did someone say tiramisu? 254 W 47th St.