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A New York City theatre district favorite, the West Bank Cafe has been opened for nearly 40 years. Serving delicious cuisine, indoor and outdoor seating, as well a wood lined bar, West Bank Cafe does cater to all ages and food tastes, especially the Broadway and theatre community. Located beneath the restaraunt is the Laurie Beechman Theatre, a 100 seat cabaret dinner theatre with different shows playing every night. Ranging from comedy, to cabaret to burlesque you can enjoy a show and enjoy the same delicious food from the West Bank Cafe to make your NYC night special. West Bank Cafe also offers catering, delivery and large parties in a central midtown location for easy access
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We came here before we went to see All My Sons with Annette Bening. There were 10 of us. We were seated right away / intact they sat part of our group before everyone arrived.
A few of us got a variety of drinks and...More
Ten of us went to dinner before catching a Broadway show. Our server was very conscious that we were going to the theater. She made a few recommendations and her suggestions were good. The restaurant was busy. I highly recommend the Spaghetti Squash dish. Two...More
Came to NYC for a trade show and took myself out for an evening on the town which started with dinner before heading to The Music Box Theatre. From the minute I walked in I felt cared for. The host was such a wonderful young...More
Four of us went for an early dinner here prior to our theatre reservations. The meal was fantastic. We started with the roasted artichokes. Outstanding! One of the diners raved about his Orecchiette. I also heard bravos about the Meyer Lemon Risotto and the Shrimp...More
We were recommended by a lady in the ticket queue for Broadway shows in Times Square and it was a good tip.
We arrived without a reservation but were seated immediately.
Wine is a tad pricey but it was nice.
We had calamari...More
first make a reservation make sure you do not get there early because they will not seat you dinner reservations are from 4:00pm on do not get there before 4:00 the staff is very good. the menu is VERY limited. wine drinks are EXPENSIVE. portions...More
After our cousin finished performing in a matinee today, we decided on this restaurant for a quick family get together.
Their prix fixe menu was tasty. I give in a 4 instead of a 5 because the wine was a visibly light pour and the...More
Response from jeelaylone | Reviewed this property |
I'm not certain but do recall that there were no steps to get into the restaurant but a quick call to them can get you the answer. However, if you are not able to call, let me know and I'll call them and get back to... More
I'm not certain but do recall that there were no steps to get into the restaurant but a quick call to them can get you the answer. However, if you are not able to call, let me know and I'll call them and get back to you.