Kid Friendly Restaurants in NYC Times Square

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Times Square in New York City has a lot to offer kids and teenagers, from the Toys R Us (complete with a Ferris wheel, a 20-foot animatronic T-Rex and a life-sized Barbie Dream House) to tours of MTV Studios for the older children. After a day filled with shopping and sightseeing, Times Square also has several kid-friendly restaurants for families to relax and grab a bite to eat.

Ruby Foo's Dim Sum and Sushi Palace

  • With bright colors and attention grabbing Chinatown-style decor, Ruby Foo's has the kind of atmosphere sure to please kids. Dim sum and sushi aren't necessarily appealing to all children, which is why Ruby Foo's offers a kid-friendly menu with grilled cheese sandwiches and hot dogs. For kids and adults with broader palates, the menu at Ruby Foo's includes a wide variety of Chinese, Japanese and other Asian classic dishes.

    Ruby Foo's Dim Sum and Sushi Palace
    1626 Broadway
    New York NY 10019+7408
    (212) 489-5600
    www.brguestrestaurants.com

Becco

  • For families more in the mood for pasta and garlic bread, Becco's Italian restaurant has several party package options and available party rooms for groups of all sizes. The restaurant has an all-you-can-eat pasta special featuring three pastas with antipasto or salad every night--a great value for families.

    Becco
    355 West 46th St (8th Ave)
    New York, NY 10019
    212-397-7597
    www.becco-nyc.com

Virgil's Real Barbecue

  • Nothing says family dinner more than a heaping plate of messy barbecue, which is just what's on the menu at Virgil's Real Barbecue. With southern fare--such as chicken wings, fries, onion rings, biscuits, and dozens of barbecued meats and seafood--any child will be able to find something he loves. Virgil's has a festive, casual atmosphere, so there's no need to put on the fancy clothes for dinner here.

    Virgil's
    152 West 44th Street (Bdwy/6th Ave)
    212-921-9494
    www.virgilsbbq.com

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