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Visiting fr SF Di Fara's hours and directions and late night italian times square

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Need a late night italian suggestion around times square, anything open after 1100pm on a sunday night? And from midtown what train and stop etc to Di Fara's also what hours and days are they open. Thanks

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  1. The Q train to Avenue J is the closest subway stop. DiFara is in Brooklyn, so you may want to post on the Outer Boroughs board. Not sure about the hours.

    1. Use hopstop.com or Google Maps for subway directions to/from anywhere in NYC.

      There's not that much Italian in Midtown that's open past 11pm on a Sunday. Does it have to be Italian food? Could you do 10pm instead?

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      1. re: kathryn

        thanks for subway info, doesn't have to be italian just somewhere within walking distance of 48th&broadway. wont arrive at hotel until about 10:30pm. thanks

        1. re: mick

          I would encourage leaving the Times Square area to get something a little less overpriced and more New York-y. That will mean going a bit north or west or both.

          I would look into Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar and Grill, which is a short stroll away, towards the Time Warner Center. It's open until midnight on Sundays.

      2. OK thanks for blue ribbon sushi rec so branching out any other recos for late sunday night open to all food types

        1. The following Italian restaurants in the Times Square are open past 11 p.m. on Sunday:

          Orso, on 46th St., b/t 8th & 9th Av. (aka "Restaurant Row") - 11:45 p.m. - http://www.orsorestaurant.com

          Nizza, on 9th Av., b/t 44th & 45th Sts. - midnight - http://www.nizzanyc.com

          Baldoria, on 49th St., b/t B'way & 8th Av. - until 11:45 p.m. - http://www.baldoriamo.com

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          1. re: RGR

            They have a website for info:

            http://www.difara.com/

            And as far as eating at 11 in times square, well, most of the good places are just closing then so take my good friend RGR's advice and try Orso.