Let's face it, who enjoys frantically searching for last minute dining options before a scheduled Broadway show? Check out these five options in Midtown that will keep you satisfied from opening act until curtain call. 

Kellari offers a price fix menu from 4:00-6:45pm daily. Choose between a 2 course meal for $34.95 or a 3 course meal for $39.95. The classic Greek menu offers grilled lamb chops, roasted chicken and a daily fresh catch. Additionally, their happy hour is offered from 3:00-7:00pm and offers specials like $7 wines, $4 beers, $9 cocktails and small plates like salmon tartar, calamari, chipotle wings, lollipop lamb chops, Greek burgers and Greek fries Monday-Friday.

Del Frisco's Grille, located in the heart of Rockefeller Plaza and steps away from Manhattan’s Theatre District, features a brand new menu of hearty, shareable plates and hand-crafted specialty cocktails ideal for a pre theatre meal such as savory artichoke beignets and floral Spanish gin tonic, served with a juniper berry and cardamom-infused square ice cube. With event specialists and sommeliers available in-house, guests can sit back and relax on the seasonal outdoor patio before or after a show while the team curates a special pre or post theatre menu for the table.    

Bistango at The Kimberly Hotel offers a $35.95 pre theater meal from 5pm-6:30pm daily which includes classic Italian options like Eggplant Parmigan, spaghetti and meatballs delcious pasta dishes with mushrooms, sundried tomatos, broccoli rabe and pecorno. The Kimberly Hotel is also the perfect place to stay while visiting NYC.

 American Cut Steakhouse offers a tasting menu that includes options like Filet Mignon and planked salmon from 5:30pm-7pm for $45 a person Friday and Saturday evenings. The protein packed menu will ensure you will have laser like focus during your Broadway shows.

Sushi by Bou is Chef David Bouhadana’s underground omakase destination located beneath The Sanctuary Hotel. Four guests at a time are invited to experience a 12 piece, 30 minute, $50 omakase. Customers are given access to two entirely different menus and experiences in one action-packed space. Chef-owner Bouhadana partnered with serial restaurateur Michael Sinensky to bring Sushi by Bou to life.