Restaurant Row is a strip of restaurants in the theater district of New York City. It is located in Manhattan on 46th Street between Eighth and Ninth avenues. The "Row" features numerous upscale dining options and represents the cuisine of more than 16 countries. The Row restaurants also participate in many local food events, such as the Ninth Avenue Food Festival and Taste of New York.
Broadway Joe Steakhouse (315 W. 46th St.) has been in business for more than 50 years (as of August 2010), and specializes in New York cut prime sirloin steaks, filet mignon, prime rib, New York cheesecake, and Caesar salad.
Bourbon Street (346 W. 46th St.) is a New Orleans-style Cajun restaurant that specializes in barbecue shrimp, Bourbon steak shrimp, shrimp Creole, and crab crusted grouper.
Don't Tell Mama (355 W. 46th St.) is a piano bar, and the restaurant features what it calls new American cooking, such as New York strip steak.
Joe Allen (326 W. 46th St.) is a classic American restaurant that has been in business since 1965. It sells traditional American fare, such as pizza and hamburgers.
The House of Brews (363 W. 46th St.) is a beer pub with more than 80 beers from around the world. The restaurant serves lunch and dinner, and features a 10-ounce, char-grilled Black Angus burger.
Swing 46 (349 W. 46th St.) boasts an intimate supper-club setting, and serves food from 5 p.m. to midnight. The restaurant occasionally features live jazz music. The food ranges from pasta to steak to seafood.
Village Pourhouse (366 W. 46th St.) opened in August 2010 and features more than 100 beers, along with homemade-style American fare, such as hamburgers and french fries.
Barbetta (321 W. 46th St.), founded in 1906, is one of the oldest restaurants in New York City run by the same family. Dishes include such pastas as DeCecco penne with meat sauce, and such salads as insalata fantasia.
Fiorentina (317 W. 46th St.) is an Italian steakhouse and specializes in rustic Italian dishes.
FireBird (365 W. 46th St.) is a Russian restaurant with French influence. It is decorated with early 20th century Russian antiques. Poached sturgeon and Chicken Kiev are among the dinner offerings.
La Rivista (313 W. 46th St.) is an Italian restaurant specializing in Italian regional cuisine, including lamb dishes from Abruzzi, risotto from Milan and pasta from Sicily. The restaurant also features free live piano music after 8 p.m.
Lattanzi (361 W. 46th St.) is an Italian restaurant specializing in Roman cuisine, such as spaghetti al tonno and fettucine al ragu.
Le Rivage (340 W. 46th St.) is the a French restaurant on Restaurant Row that specializes in classic French cuisine, such as duck meat terrine and marinated herring.
Meson Sevilla (344 W. 46th St.) is a Spanish family restaurant specializing in dishes such as paella valenciana and mariscasda.
Sangria 46 (338 W. 46th St.) is a Spanish tapas bar that features elegantly colored sangrias, such as white, red, and purple.
Hour Glass Tavern (373 W. 46th St.) is a restaurant featuring dishes such as pan-seared lump crab cakes and grilled flat iron steak. It features an hour glass at every table.
Bangkok House (360 W. 46th St.) is a Thai restaurant and features dishes such as pad Thai and pad see ew.
Brazil Brazil (328 W. 46th St.) is a Brazilian restaurant that offers lunch, dinner, and raw bar options. It also has a backyard garden and a lounge.
B. Smith (320 W. 46th St.) is a South Asian restaurant featuring traditional South Asian dishes such as curry and naan.
Pomaire (371 W. 46th St.) is a Chilean restaurant that features seafood and wine.