SO CLOSE! OUR RESTAURANT GUIDE, FEATURING 1803

1803, our restaurant partner, serves up New Orleans-style cuisine in a nifty two-level space!  

GET 15% off with your ticket, program or e-mail confirmation

OR $40 prix fixe (including beer, wine or cocktail) between the shows on double feature days, with same!

82 Reade Street at Church, just 2 blocks south of The Flea.  Check it out!

We also recommend:

Edward’s   
136 W Broadway, 1 block west of The Flea
Casual American bistro fare, super comfy digs. Happy Hour 4:00-6:00 Monday thru Friday. Also amazing for brunch!

The Odeon   
145 West Broadway, 1 block west of The Flea
Plenty of splurges in the neighborhood, but this is the classic Tribecan, back in high gear with the arrival of Conde Nast fancies to the World Trade Center.  

Two Hands Tribeca
251 Church Street , 2 blocks north of The Flea
Aussie restaurant that cooks with fresh veggies. Salads and burgers, too!  

South’s Bar and Restaurant
273 Church Street, 3 blocks north of The Flea
A theater people tradition.
“Sleazy bar food in the best way.”- Susan Bernfield, Producing Artistic Director
“Those nachos are quite the masterpiece.  And trust me, I know my way around a nacho”- Jaynie Saunders Tiller, Managing Director

Kori
253 Church Street, 2 blocks north of The Flea
Modern Korean spot with a beautiful interior.

Belle Reve
305 Church St, 5 blocks north of The Flea
Hip American bistro with original cocktails. Happy Hour from 4:00-7:00- $1 oysters!!!

Sole Di Capri
165 Church Street, 2 blocks south of The Flea
A rustic Italian bistro for the bowl of pasta and glass of red wine  you need in this frigid NYC weather!

Da Mikele
275 Church Street, 3 blocks north of The Flea
Ditto, plus pizza!

Tribeca’s Kitchen
200 Church Street, ½ block south of The Flea
Your basic diner, fancied up a bit.

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