NYC restaurants and attractions offering specials for March 21st Kids’ Night on Broadway

The Broadway League has announced that the Museum of Broadway and fifteen restaurants in the Times Square area will be participating in the 25th Kids’ Night on Broadway – an annual event in which kids and teens, 18 and under, can attend participating Broadway shows for free when accompanied by a full-paying adult – on Tuesday, March 21. Each eatery will offer specials for Kids’ Night on Broadway ticketholders, including free entrees for young theatergoers. Kids can also attend the Museum of Broadway for free when accompanied by an adult with a minimum purchase of two tickets.

Photo courtesy of the Museum of Broadway.

This year’s restaurants include: Applebees (42nd Street); Applebees (50th Street); The Brooklyn Deli USA; Cafe Un Deux Trois; Churrascaria Plataforma; Foundry Kitchen and Bar; Hard Rock Café; Havana Central; Kitchen 46 by Don’t Tell Mama; Le Rivage; Mermaid Oyster Bar; Playwright Celtic Pub Act 2; Playwright Tavern; Schnippers; and Tito Murphy’s. Please note that you must present your show ticket for that evening to receive the discount at all participating restaurants and some require a reservation.

As was already noted in a previous feature, participating 2023 shows include: Aladdin; & Juliet; A Beautiful Noise; Bad Cinderella; Bob Fosse’s Dancin’; Camelot; Chicago; Hadestown; Hamilton; Harry Potter and the Cursed Child; Kimberly Akimbo; Leopoldstadt; Life of Pi; The Lion King; MJ The Musical; Moulin Rouge! The Musical; Peter Pan Goes Wrong; Shucked; Some Like it Hot; and Wicked. Due to the show’s performance schedule, Kids’ Night for Six will take place on Monday, March 20.

Visit the Kids’ Night on Broadway website for additional offer details and availability.

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Deb Miller (PhD, Art History) is the Senior Correspondent and Editor for New York City, where she grew up seeing every show on Broadway. She is an active member of the Outer Critics Circle and served for more than a decade as a Voter, Nominator, and Judge for the Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre. Outside of her home base in NYC, she has written and lectured extensively on the arts and theater throughout the world (including her many years in Amsterdam, London, and Venice, and her extensive work and personal connections with Andy Warhol and his circle) and previously served as a lead writer for Stage Magazine, Phindie, and Central Voice.