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You too can experience the privilege, respect and air of superiority enjoyed by millions who call themselves New Yorkers. But it requires training, even if you were born here. Let us show you how to develop the instincts for disdainful glances...more
221 W 46th St, Between Broadway & 8th Ave, New York City, NY 10036-1409
Learned a lot about New York and nuyooorker from this 1.5 hour show-- the history, how they dress( and why), the original store for Knish, how Houston is different from the one in TX... The actor is good and the actress hilarious. An efficient way...More
A nice simple funny show to start our trip to NYC. The show is in a back room of planet Hollywood on Times Square . Food is simple and adequate , buffet style pasta/chicken with some cookies and brownies. The show is 2 people on...More
Did the How To Be New Yorker dinner show at Planet Hollywood NYC.
Dirty little back room. Buffet style dinner with frozen chicken parm boiled noodles. Choc chip cookies for dessert, expensive drink prices.
Show was awful.
Don't waste your money.
We went to this two person show without really knowing what to expect. How pleasantly we were surprised when we sat through one of the best shows we have seen!!. A superb blend of comedy and education about NY City. We literally laughed from the...More
Upon arrival you will have a buffet style Italian dinner, with 2 styles of pasta, a chicken dish and salad. Great if you like a carb heavy meal. Following this a plate of brownies, chocolate chip cookies and sliced strawberries will be placed on your...More
This is one of the cheaper shows and was able to do a last minute booking. Best part is that it's a dinner and a show. Cost is $50 which is great. Food is a buffet Which had salad, pasta, and chicken. The show was...More
After spending 7 days in NYC we decided to see this show at Planet Hollywood. Both the comedians were fantastic...plenty of laughs and audience participation. Dinner was included.. Buffet style.. Not too bad but was there for the show. Reasonably priced for NY. Definitely recommend....More
There were a few laughs, but overall the show wasn't that funny. Maybe I expected too much but the show was vanilla at best. The buffet was average and the desserts were stale (three small chocolate chip cookies, three brownies and two pieces of chocolate...More
The NY family was entertaining 2 high school seniors from out of town and most other off-broadway were a bit too risque. so..... Show is in a cabaret setting with an italian buffett served just outside the theatre. Food was standard italian - pasta, chicken...More