Your Guide to an Affordable Night Out in New York City

You’ve got a big date with a great girl that loves nice restaurants and theatre. All is taken care of, right? Um wait, how do you pay for it?

Broadway performances, while a great experience, can quickly burn a hole in your pocket. The names are big. The productions are just grand. But the prices, ah, the prices. Humongous. Julie Taylor’s “Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark” is living proof. With a million dollar a week operating budget, tickets run anywhere from $76.50 to $289.00.

That’s a hefty price to pay for what has been universally heralded as one of the worst productions in Broadway history.

The last thing you want is your honey to have a bad time you be stuck with the tab.

That doesn’t mean it’s impossible to enjoy a night of drama and romance though – even on a budget. To escape the glitz of Broadway and big chain restaurants, simply give smaller shows and less established restaurants a try – and still have a great night with a loved one. It’s all possible for the same price as that one premium seat to “Jersey Boys.”

Here’s our guide to a night out with your loved one that won’t cause your wallet to explode.

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