Here's Where To Eat Before Seeing To Kill A Mockingbird on Broadway
Start your evening with some of the best Cuban food north of Havana at Victor’s in the Theater District. As much as we love a good Cuban sandwich, tonight we encourage you to go all out during your trip to Victor’s Cafe with homestyle dishes like the ropa vieja (braised and pulled angus steak cooked in garlic, tomato, onion and pepper sauce) or the churrasco con chimichurri (a 10-oz angus skirt steak with a delicious green sauce). Top it all off with a half carafe of sangria to split.
Then, make your way to the Shubert Theater for a night you won’t forget anytime soon. America's most beloved novel is now on Broadway starring Jeff Daniels as Atticus Finch and adapted by Aaron Sorkin. In case you need a history lesson, To Kill a Mockingbird is the famous book about a 1930s trial in which a young girl's father defends a black man accused of raping a white woman. Don't expect a cookie cutter version of the beautiful novel, however. Apparently, Sorkin took quite a few liberties with the book. Either way, get excited to see this important story re-told.
236 West 52nd Street, Manhattan
To Kill A Mockingbird
Shubert Theater, 225 West 44th Street, Manhattan