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Jul 14, 2014 01:13 PM

Special Dinner after Hedwig on Broadway on Saturday night around 12:30

I'm trying to find a really great spot for after my show on 47th and 7th. Show let's out at about midnight. Any suggestions are welcome. Price is no issue, somewhere where I can get reservation or there will not be a wait is necessary. Any area is fine just allow for travel time and it must have gluten free options. I was thinking Yakatori Totto but I worry about a long wait. Thanks so much

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  1. I like Yakitori Totto but you are right there can be very long waits, it's a small space. How many people are you?

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      1. re: misnatalie

        Yakitori Totto shouldn't be too bad at 12:30AM for two people.

        2nd the Breslin recommendation. Also Buddakan and Sushi Seki are open late.

        I'd recommend Buddakan because their food comes out quickly, which is great when you're hungry and it's late. Their menu has gluten free options and you will be able to make reservations.

        1. re: Pookipichu

          The Breslin no longer serves past midnight.

          {saturday & sunday}
          brunch 7:00am to 4:00pm
          dinner 5:30pm to 12:00am

    1. Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar and Grill is open until 2:00 am.

      1. BTW - Hedwig has no intermission and a running time of 95 mins. If you're seeing the 10 PM show, you're out by 11:35 PM.

        There are quite a few good places seating at 11:30 and 11:45 on Opentable. The Breslin, Toloache, Maysville. Further downtown: ABC Cocina, ABC Kitchen,

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        1. re: thegforceny

          I saw the show already and it started 10 minutes late so by the time we slowly exited it was 11:55

        2. If its just yourself you could try sake bar hagi, an izakaya, which isn't far, and hope for a seat at the bar.

          Koreatown has many 24/7 restaurants like BCD tofu house if you want korean, and there are many more options downtown- this thread covers most of them:

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