Econo Lodge Times Square
302 West 47th Street
New York, NY 10036
Phone: (212) 246-1991
Fax: (212) 246-0263
Bars et cafés
Carve Unique Sandwiches is an all out sandwich house in the Theatre District of New York, happily serving everyone who walks right in! Other than the regular fare, also up for grabs are soups, salads, wraps, rolls and rotisserie meats. For those who watch their weight all the time, this place serves up low-carb food. If you are in a rush, simply order one for the road and go on your way. Its nice, simple, filling and inexpensive.
Latitude Bar & Grill is a three story bar with something happening on each floor. The first floor is for those who would like to dine in fine, elegant surroundings while enjoying cocktails or a fine selection of exquisite wine. The second floor is a billiards room decorated with a vintage style. For those in need of an exclusive atmosphere, it has to be the third floor Executive Lounge. This room has a warm feel to it with beautiful lights, corporate furniture and a VIP lounge. Check website for details.
Eden Lounge is known for it's cool and laid-back ambiance. Frequented by locals, this club is a good spot to socialize over some tantalizing drinks. Themed nights, drinks specials and a host of other events and programs further add to the vibrant ambiance. An ideal place to relax and unwind with friends and family.
A pretty French cafe is how Brasserie Athenee can be best defined. With a good view of the street, it provides an enjoyable alfresco meal with lots of opportunity for people watching. The food is good, sensible and simple, with wine and beer from the bar. The interior is decorated with mahogany and metal. Go for the Steak Frites, Onion Soup Gratinee and Seared Tuna Nicoise. Though a bit highly priced for the meal, yet it is a good bet for a pre or post theater meal or a quick bite during the day. At night the venue comes alive in typical French style.
The most important part of a literary agent's day is lunch, and this is the place many of them go to. It is also a favorite of New York's theater set, making it a place to see minor celebrities. Close to Broadway, Orso is a cheerful, well-lit spot with an open kitchen and a boisterous crowd, and it is especially buzzing at lunch. The Italian menu ranges from pizza to such dishes as Carpaccio Con Parmigiano, and Grilled Tuna with Orzo Pasta Salad.
If you find yourself longing for seafood and you happen to be in Hell's Kitchen, make your way to this small bar above Joe Allen. A nice hang-out spot after a hard day's work or a hectic shopping trip, it attracts locals and tourists alike. Try your luck at the raw bar, or munch on some delicious sandwiches. Antipasto is also a favored option here. So pick your favorite dish and a drink to go with it. Enjoy your meal!
Get social at this bar of the same name that brings in after-work patrons looking to unwind with a drink and American bar food favorites. The DJ sets the tone of the night with a playlist representing popular chart-busters that keep the crowd entertained. Take a seat in the Irish-pub-style ambiance of leather furnishings and elegant accents. The menu features an impressive selection of domestic and international beers. Complement a draft with bacon wrapped jalapeno chicken, mozzarella sticks, Colombian style arepas, mac and cheese, Shepard's pie and more. In addition, catch the occasional live sporting action showcased on cutting-edge flat screens.
A living-room style cozy restaurant with a fireplace and bar, Glass House Tavern serves contemporary local dishes like Lamb Bolognese, Seafood Spaghettini and Grilled Filet Mignon that is familiar to the palate. The food is cooked using local, seasonal ingredients by Chef Craig Cupani. The venue is ideal for cozy and intimate meals along with a cherished few. It is great for celebratory lunches too. The menu is extensive, with a lot of prix-fixe options. The bar offers beer and wine till 3a. Overall, it is reasonably priced and offers a good time.
If you want to kick off the weekend with a tub of delicious chicken wings, a cold beer and a live game to watch, no one quite does it like Buffalo Wild Wings. The exceedingly popular chain of sports bars, is known for (no points for guessing) their succulent, juicy and utterly drool-worthy Buffalo-style wings, and are located all over the United States. On offer at these outlets is a good range of sandwiches, wraps and deep-fried sides that nod towards America's favorite comfort food. Their Times Square outlet, located on the 47th Street, remains open from 11a to 2a all week. Drop in for an all 'round good time!
New York is a culinary destination in itself with a large choice of fine-dining restaurants to pizzerias and delicious street food, all making an endless list. With such a range of options, anything could hardly be missed. So you will find a range of cuisine being represented, Maria's being one such restaurant that serves Swiss cuisine. The wooden interiors give a cozy feeling of a cabin from the Swiss alps, while dining with non-fancy cutlery. Patrons savor authentic food like cheese fondue and Wiener schnitzel. A romantic dinner can be relished in the atrium, giving an experience of dining under the open sky. Drinks can be enjoyed at the bar from 12 p.m. till closing.
Hurley's Saloon is a perfect spot where you can enjoy a lovely evening with friends, family or that special someone. In an old-school setting of carpet flooring, rustic, wooden furnishings, exposed-brick walls and cozy booths, this place entertains patrons with its American-Irish fare and impressive selection of beers and mixed drinks. Because of its location, the place is a frequent haunt for Broadway actors, but these famous co-patrons are always friendly. Hurley's is popular for their happy hours but the prices are affordable at other hours too! The place has private rooms for larger parties and the terrace seating comes recommended for intimate diners.
Located right in the heart of the Times Square Theater District, the Playwright is an Irish bar with more than decent food and thirst quenching drinks for all. Although many of the patrons are tourists, the prices are not so exorbitant where you need to head right out the door, however this is NYC and almost nothing cheap can be found in this area known for price gouging. The bar itself is part Irish pub, part sports bar and the staff is always really personable (many of them hail from Ireland), which makes this place a better spot among many to try while in Times Square.