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Sunday brunch around theater dist/Hell's Kitchen?

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In-laws coming in from Philly to meet friends in town from Arizona for brunch in a couple of weeks before going to a show. I'm sure they want good to great food, but don't want to break the bank (I'm thinking Norma's may be a little pricy, and I think I remember seeing on this board that it's not all it's cracked up to be anyway). Looking my Zagat I saw Pietrasanta recommended, but their website doesn't indicate that they have a brunch menu, just the regular salads/pastas/entrees. Also thought of the Sarabeth's on CPS, but that may be an overpriced experience as well. Suggestions? Thanks!

683 9th Avenue, New York, NY 10036

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  1. Thalia in the theatre district is quite popular. Not fancy, outdoor tables
    in good weather albeit is on 8th ave but price is very reasonable.

    1. Im not a fan of pietrasanta or Thalia--I think both have mediocre food. My favorite brunch spot in the theater area is Marseille.

      1. my vote is for nook