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This was our first family trip to the theatre. This is very cozy theater as it is very old (not much space to remodel). Take the time to enjoy the decor.
We bought our tickets online through one of those online websites and had no...More
Long acre Theatre 🎭 the seats are cushioned and very comfortable with decent legroom.
The temperature was very pleasant to hot and not freezing cold .
We were lucky to see The Bronx Tale Story about a street smart kid , it was awesome we...More
Went to see A Bronx Tale here. Theater is beautiful. It is small and the view is good from all seats. Staff was wonderful. Only negatives - seats narrow and not much leg room if you are tall. Also do not order wine $27 in...More
I liked this Theatre more because its not big and any where you sit you have a good view of the stage. Hubby and i went to see a Bronx Tale; we have orchestra seats which were phenomanl. i felt as if we were on...More
Saw A Bronx Tale the last week of June. Knew nothing about the story, but that didn't matter. It was easy to follow and very well done. I'd rate that part of the experience 5 stars.
Now for the downside. We were with a tour...More
Thank Steffi H
Brian H, Manager at Longacre Theatre, responded to this reviewResponded 15 August 2018
I do apologize that you've had this experience.
We thank you for your patronage.
I went to Longacre to see "A Bronx Tale" and really enjoyed myself. The theater is small but it is very pretty and very cozy. I was very comfortable during my visit and the show was fantastic. Getting in and out was easy, and our...More
Yesterday my wife and I went to see A Bronx Tale at the Longacre Theater. The theater is an artistic gem from 1912 and is rather small for a Broadway theater hosting a musical. The management cranked up the air conditioning to the point that...More
Watched Bronx Tale at this theatre recently. There is hardly any leg room between rows, which I think is a common issue at most theatres on Broadway. We had seats in the first balcony and fortunately didn't have any obstructions. Toilets are in the basement...More
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I would also go with Carmines. The food is excellent (Italian) and they should have the room ....IF it's available! Maybe Beccos could work also and they are also very good. Maybe even Tony D's. (DiNapoli) which is very... More
I would also go with Carmines. The food is excellent (Italian) and they should have the room ....IF it's available! Maybe Beccos could work also and they are also very good. Maybe even Tony D's. (DiNapoli) which is very similar to Carmines. Good luck...and if you are going to see A Bronx Tale at the Longacre you will LOVE it!