Top 5 places where to eat near the Grand Ballroom after The Revolution concert in the New York

We know that The Revolution may be killing. It will definitely drag out all of your energy. So, we’ve prepared some places where to eat after The Revolution concert in the New York. Here you can find the nearest places to the Webster Hall where the concert is held.

  1. The Smiths
    A nice restaurant with  American food. Their menu features bistro classics, seasonal fare, and craft cocktails. The Smiths serve consistently delicious food and drinks. The restaurant takes great care of their employees, their guests, and their community. You can always make a reservation online and avoid the wait.
  2. Feast
    Feast is a seasonal American restaurant that offers a modern interpretation to the traditional dinner party in a rustic, warm, and inviting space. The kitchen team explores an array of ingredients and cooking techniques to create seasonal dishes for everyone to enjoy. From conception to execution, feast combines culinary talent with sincere hospitality to allow their guests to enjoy an unforgettable dining experience.
  3. Blockheads
    A restaurant for the Mexican food lovers. Blockheads serves hefty portions of healthy Mexican food at great prices in a casual, comfortable atmosphere. They use only fresh ingredients to make feel their guests satisfied and homelike. The menu presents many options for vegetarians and vegans. Perfect spot to spend time with friends or family or whatever you want.
  4. Prime & Beyond
    It is a steakhouse. They spare no expense in bringing their customers the highest quality meat and ingredients. Prime & Beyond also pays homage to its owners’ heritage and offers a unique steakhouse experience by serving a variety of Korean dishes. Come on any day of the week to take a tour of their in-house aging facilities, chat with their butchers, and enjoy the most flavorful and meticulously prepared steak in the area.
  5. Ippudo NY
    They offer a modern and truly unique interpretation that is at the same time both an inspiration from Japan and influence of New York. Since its opening in 2008 and all the following years of taking the ramen scene by storm, Ippudo East Village has stayed true to its primary focus of spreading happiness, smiles, and thanks to each customer through one piping hot bowl at a time.

Grab the tastiest food and go ahead to see legendary The Revolution on your own eyes.

Also, find a nice place to stay and to go in the New York on our blog.

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