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After-show dinner at Cucut!

Cucut Gourmet is located right in Manhattan’s theater district at 324 W 47th Street (between 8th and 9th Avenue). We are the preferred choice of Broadway patrons for pre-theater lunch or dinner and after-show drinks. Enjoy our wide selection of Madrid-inspired dishes specifically created for the exquisite New York taste

Cucut have partnered with several theaters to provide discounts to customers who purchased last minute tickets for premium broadway shows. To find out more how to buy last minute tickets you can read this great guide on the subject. Once you come to Cucut simply show your Broadway ticket purchase receipt and you will receive a free drink with your dinner.

For patrons looking to buy regular Broadway tickets, please use the discount code CUCUT at our partners at Broadway Pass. Don’t forget to mention to our host if you have tickets and where they were purchased. You may receive a free drink!

Our blog provides excellent content about Broadway and the shows that are currently running! Go check it out!

Hot Chocolate on a Cold Day? Yes, please!

Hot chocolate is a favorite treat for everyone in winter! And these places serve it excellent! They even provide their original, unique takes of the famous drink!


This asparagus chocolate is mixed with steamed milk and topped with marshmallows from JoMart Chocolates in Brooklyn. This hot chocolate from Stumptown is so good because the barista knows how to operate a steamer. Adjust the texture of the milk to the perfect temperature and consistency and then stir in the homemade ganache. It’s a refreshing version of the classic, and this delicious hot chocolate is available at your nearest Joe’s (which has 20 locations). 

This asparagus chocolate is mixed with steamed milk and topped with marshmallows from JoMart Chocolates in Brooklyn. 

Stumptown Coffee Roasters

This renowned chocolatier offers chocolates (gourmet means hot chocolate) in cafes and in his Soho boutique. Spain specializes in churros con chocolate, and this is one of the best hot churros in New York City with expertly steamed milk. The idea is to dip a tender churro in thick chocolate and top it with marshmallows. It is ok to eat the drink with a spoon, but there is nothing like the rich, creamy, chocolate-like taste of a real chutney. 

But those with a more refined palate may prefer a single variety or a selection of origins from one of the many varieties available in the New York City area. 


This creamy, lactose-free hot chocolate can be enjoyed in a variety of flavors, from sweet and savory to creamy and sweet – and – sour. Replace oat milk with almond milk (available in New York City and available here soon) and enjoy with a cup of coffee or a glass of wine. 


What could be more beautiful than creamy hot cocoa made from melted dark chocolate and dried lavender? Head to Rockefeller Center Mall to buy a warming mug of hot chocolate, then treat yourself to a TLC salon. This little lady loves to sip cocoa, so head to one of the many hot chocolate shops in New York City. 

L.A. Burdick

The presentation is elegant, with cups and saucers made of fine porcelain, and the spoons are almost straight. Chocolatier Chaud is one of the best-known chocolatiers in France, known for its intense, dense variety. In this quirky restaurant, the chocolates are topped with whipped cream and shaved French chocolate. We recommend the Frozen Hot Chocolate route (or at least take a packet of this famous treat home), but always check out this crowded dessert hotspot. 

Eddie’s Sweet Shop

This gem in Forrest Hills has been in business for over 100 years and is best known for ice cream, but Eddie’s Sweet Shop will cater to any desire driven by New York nostalgia. Martha’s Country Bakery combines two beloved sweets in a glorious marriage, and the classic hot chocolate is infused with classic flavors such as vanilla, chocolate, vanilla pod, cinnamon, and nutmeg. 

Red velvet chocolate takes the winter drink to a new level, and no one should miss the taste of this red velvet chocolate. After sipping from your gift bag, you are ready for a cozy evening and a Christmas movie. 


Godiva is no illusion folks, this mixture behaves like a cup of cocoa that will send you to an exceptionally tasty level. 

I have a feeling I will make several pit stops here this winter and I am sure we will have to come back here if I need a sweet solution. Whether you love variety or not, you can’t beat the classic hot cocoa with a dollop of whipped cream or a cup of hot chocolate.

Feeling cold? You’ve been ice skating in Central Park the whole day? Head to one of these places! They provide the best hot chocolate in New York!

Where are you going to celebrate Christmas?

Best Places for a Christmas Dinner: Holiday Mood in New York

Whether you’re looking for a roast, a good holiday cracker, or staring out of a festive Christmas window, New York restaurants are a joy. Now you just have to find a place to get together with your friends, family, and friends in the most popular areas of the city. There are the best places for a Christmas dinner in New York!


Alfred Portale, who left the prestigious Gotham Bar & Grill earlier this year, has opened a more modern menu of pasta, vegetables, crudo, and grilled dishes. The minimalist dining room and friendly service provide the perfect setting to enjoy Korean-inspired dishes such as kimchi, bok choy, pork belly, and more. Soho offers a prix fixe menu, but the elegant space also features a chef-in-art grill with the slogan “Italy meets NY. 

Mix the flavors of New York’s most popular restaurants with seasonal dishes from around the world and local ingredients. 

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The Best Wine Bars in New York: A Sip of Southern Europe

A Southern European tradition that I highly admire is to drink wine at the time of the Christmas holidays. Mediterranean culture has a lot of followers all over the world, so this tradition has made it to New York City. Here are the best wine bars in New York to take your significant other on a romantic date during the Christmas holidays.

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Native American Cuisine In New York City

The best way to examine a foreign culture is through the local cuisine. The specific spices and dishes can tell you much about the life of the native. Although there is no such thing as American cuisine (it is a fusion cuisine), New York City is the right place to learn what Americans prefer to eat. Here are some restaurants where you can try native American cuisine in New York City:

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The Best Steakhouses in New York – a Local Classic

The city is full of vintage steakhouses, especially in Midtown, but many have closed. It’s an old American gourmet school, with oversized portions of creamed spinach. All paired with a thick slice of steak. And a generous dollop of cream cheese on the side. Here are the best steakhouses in New York!

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Top Affordable Hotels Near Times Square

The following hotels are conveniently located near Times Square to easily reach the major attractions. These hotels offer a variety of amenities including a fitness center, spa, and even a rooftop pool. New York is a walking city, and guests can’t be better than enjoying a city that never sleeps. Stay at these affordable hotels near Times Square. You can walk to some of the best restaurants and bars in New York City.

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