Those with level 1 tickets will sit in the main-floor center, loge, or front first balcony sections. Those with level 2 tickets will sit in the main-floor back center, main floor far left, main floor far right, loge, or first balcony sections. Click here to view the auditorium's layout.
Entering their 85th season, the Harlem Globetrotters have entertained millions of parents, children, and general basketball admirers with a unique brand of athletic precision and showmanship. For their latest “4 Times the Fun” North American tour, the Globetrotters will add a new 4-point shot spots located 35 feet from the basket, which is 12 feet further than the official three-point line but several thousand miles closer than the prime meridian. See the arch-nemesis Generals try to keep up as the Harlem hardwood sorcerers evade gravity’s oppressive clutches and court clairvoyants distribute unassailable alley-oops. Youngsters can learn about the benefits of teamwork while laughing along with the jovial jocks as they perform classic routines of unconventional passing and sudden transmutations of water into confetti.
The NoDo restaurant and bar's food menu consists entirely of pizza, and more than 20 gourmet specialties are made from fresh, never-frozen ingredients, and served up either by the slice ($4–$5) or by the "round" ($15–$21). The vegetarian margherita ($4 a slice, $15 for a 14", $19 for 18") stands alongside concoctions such as the truffle-oiled apple walnut ($4, $15, $19); the Bayou blast ($4.49, $16, $20), which pairs shrimp and andouille sausage with red onions; and the twice-baked pizza ($4, $15, $19), with sliced spuds, cheddar cheese, and crumbled bacon. All of Goodnights' pies are available either on regular crust or a custom canvas baked with basil, parmesan, and romano cheese.
Union's menu is dripping with hot, steaming New York–style cuisine, from meaty, meaty pizzas to foldable, Brooklyn-style buffalo wings. Start out strong with a helping of hearty hot wings doused in Louisiana, sweet and sour, barbecue, spicy garlic, or Jamaican-jerk sauce (half dozen, $6.99; one dozen, $9.99; two dozen, $18.99) before dipping into a 16-inch pizza such as the Union Special (sausage, peppers, onions, extra cheese, pepperoni, beef, black olives, and anchovies on NY-style pizza crust, $16.99). Force hunger to experience its last gasps with the Whiskey Strip, a 10-ounce NY strip steak grilled to taste and served with a garlic knot, a dinner salad, and your choice of side ($16.99). For dessert, grab a slice of real NY cheesecake ($3.99), transported across state lines in secret compartments beneath car seats.
Spotlights and lasers in shades of blue, green, and purple ricochet around Capitol Lounge and Supper Club, illuminating guests for an instant as they shimmy on the dance floor. A menu boasts a drink selection from Miller Lite to Grey Goose and Cristal to re-energize these revelers, who have three levels of club to explore and plenty of exposed brick and shiny metal ducts to admire. The lounge hosts weekly special events, bringing in prominent guest DJs for weekend preparties, staging Thirsty Thursdays, and setting up seasonal get-togethers, such as back-to-school bashes and G8 Summit celebrations.
Farrells entices sports enthusiasts with the crowd-pleasing combo of luxe accommodations and a menu of comfortable classics. Get the gastro-games started with the potato-powered palate rapture of waffle fries and seasoned dipping sauce ($4.99). More sizable cheer-compatible chow choices include chicken caesar salad ($6.99), a saucily shrouded meatball sub ($6.49), and The Stallion, a jaw-stretching sandwich stuffed with pepperoni, salami, capicola, and provolone ($7.99). Among the house's bevy of burgers, a smokehouse version incorporates hickory bacon, pepper-jack, and barbecue sauce ($8.49), while a cheeseburger pizza ($16.49 for a medium) calls upon the same spirit of culinary crossbreeding that gave us ham pancakes and the meat pickle.