/ / / / /
Restaurant Row - an authentic Times Square and New York institution. On two city blocks (46th Street between Broadway and 9th Avenue), you can enjoy cuisine from all over the world, sample the styles of celebrity chefs, and join Broadway stars at some of their favorite haunts.
Dining options abound in this pleasant corner of the neighborhood. Take in a French feast at Le Rivage, a beer at House of Brews, or Spanish favorites Mason Sevilla. Glimpse the history of the neighborhood at Barbetta, which is almost as old as Times Square itself. The restaurant celebrated its 100th anniversary in
2006, and is still owned by the family who opened its doors just three years after New Yorkers rode their first subway car.
These are just a few of the more than 20 options available on this two-block stretch, where you can experience the diversity, history and innovation of New York's dining scene in the heart of the city, Times Square.
RIU PLAZA NY TIMES SQUARE HOTEL
305 W 46TH ST | 646-864-1100
Located in the heart of Manhattan, the new Riu Plaza New York Times Square Hotel offers its guests many services and amenities such as a gym, meeting rooms and Wi-Fi connection. At our hotel in New York you can experience our concept of urban tourism and enjoy a vacation in New York or a business trip with all of the services Riu Hotels & Resorts has to offer you.
The 29 floors of the Riu Plaza New York Times Square Hotel stand out because of their cutting edge and elegant design and their more than 600 rooms perfectly equipped with a mini refrigerator, desk, television with multimedia connections, central air conditioning and heating, among other amenities, which have been designed to offer you maximum comfort.
Included among the hotel's facilities you will find the Fashion restaurant and the Capital bar, with its Grab & Go concept characteristic of the city. In addition, at our hotel next to Times Square, the facility fee includes access to the cloakroom, a water bottle in each room, unlimited access to the gym and several other services.
ST. Lukes Lutheran Church
305 W 46TH STREET | 646-864-1100
St. Luke's Lutheran Church, also known as The German Evangelical Lutheran Congregation of Saint Luke's and St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Church, is a historic Lutheran church located on Restaurant Row at 308 West 46th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues in the Theater District of Manhattan, New York City.
St. Luke's was founded as a Dutch Reformed congregation in 1850, first meeting in rented rooms on the third floor of a building on 35th Street and 9th Avenue. It reorganized as a Lutheran congregation in 1853. The church moved several times, acquiring its first owned building, a former Baptist church on 43rd Street, in 1863. It moved in 1875 to 233 West 42nd Street, into the former Forty-second Street Presbyterian Church.
Finally, the congregation acquired property at West 46th Street to build its current church. The cornerstone was laid in October 1922 and the church dedicated in September 1923. An independent congregation without synodic affiliation since 1880, St. Luke's joined the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America in 1987.
ST. Lukes THEATER
308 W 46TH STREET | 212-246-8140
St. Luke’s Theatre is a 178-seat Off-Broadway theatre at St. Luke's Lutheran Church at 308 West 46th Street, the Restaurant Row, just west of Eighth Avenue in Manhattan's Theater District.
It is operated by Edmund Gaynes (born 1947) and West End Artists Company. The theatre often has multiple shows playing at different times at the
St. Luke’s Theatre comfortably seats 174 in a versatile, air-conditioned space and is home of many long-running hits dating back to Late Night Catechism, Danny and Sylvia:The Danny Kaye Musical and Tony ‘n’ Tina’s Wedding, up to the current seven shows that share the space:
"Where else in the world, except possibly Paris,
could you get 16 of the best restaurants collected in such a short strip of land?"
Mayor John Lindsay, 1973
between 8th & 9th avenues