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The New York, New York Revue At Brooklyn Diner Offers Interactive Fun In Times Square

Jeryl Brunner

Who says you can’t have your cake and eat it too? At Brooklyn Diner in the heart of Times Square, not only are they serving up cake, their famous chicken pot pie, milk shakes and pastrami egg rolls, they’ve added singing to the menu.
New York, New York is an interactive musical revue at the Brooklyn DinerCourtesy Fireman Hospitality Group

On Fridays and Saturdays from 7pm to 8pm, they are presenting the New York, New York revue featuring some of Broadway’s brightest talents. The singers belt top ten hits and inspire diners to get in on the act to unleash their inner diva.

The show features a three course pre-fixe menu beginning at 6pm or choose a la carte food and beverage items for a $50 minimum spend. There are also specialty cocktails on hand including the “BrooklynBridge” and the “Cyclone,” a delicious spiked milkshake.

The New York, New York shindig is the brainchild of producer Holly-Anne Devlin who joined forces with the legendary Shelly Fireman of the Fireman Hospitality Group. The company owns The Brooklyn Diner and several other beloved Manhattan restaurants.

Ever creative, they are offering a variety of new immersive productions curated specifically for multiple Fireman properties, including the popular Speakeasy at Bond 45 at the Edison Hotel and Wine Lovers, The Musical at Redeye Grill.

Devlin made news city-wide as one of the most prolific producers working to keep New York City’s arts and culture scene alive during the pandemic. She produced dozens of outdoor events that benefited out-of-work arts workers and featured stars such as Bernadette Peters, Matthew Broderick, Chita Rivera, Joel Grey, André De Shields, and hundreds of others. Her Hell's Kitchen Happiness Krewe has performed throughout the pandemic in hard-hit midtown Manhattan aiming to bring life back to the beleaguered area that has suffered greatly from shuttered theaters and restaurants.

In addition to New York, New York. Speakeasy, the critically acclaimed supper club burlesque experience resumed performances at Bond 45 by popular demand on Friday, November 12 at 8pm.

The sensual and decadent show features creative cocktails and a plethora of Broadway guest stars and new nightlife acts. Speakeasy is an all-in-one immersive mixology experience that combines the worlds of burlesque, cirque, illusionists, and musical theater with a decadent cocktail, dining, and nightclub experience.

Tickets for Speakeasy start at $85 and are available now via TodayTix. Each ticket comes with five scrumptious cocktails designed by the master mixologists of Fireman Hospitality Group and are served alongside a sinful snack. To complete the dining experience, additional dining options from Bond 45’s menu are also available.

Meanwhile, Wine Lovers The Musical will bring love, laughter, and six glasses of wine to terrifically tipsy guests at the Redeye Grill. The show begins performances in December 2021. Wine Lovers is a global wine tasting sensation that has been running for sixteen years worldwide and has been seen by over two million guests. Tickets for Wine Lovers The Musical go on sale this fall on TodayTix.

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