10 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York, NY 10023
corner of Columbus Avenue and West 65th Street
Take the #1 local train to 66th Street/Lincoln Center Station.
The M5, M7, M10, M66, and M104 bus lines all stop within one block of Lincoln Center.
Accessible through automated doors from the Josie Robertson Plaza, via the accessible ramp on the corner of 65th Street and Columbus Avenue, and from the handicapped parking area in the Lincoln Center Park-and-Lock Garage. Elevators on the concourse level, located to the left of the Cork Gallery from the West 65th Street entrance to the garage, provide access to the Avery Fisher Hall Box Office, Josie Robertson Plaza, and all levels of the concert hall. Security guards are posted in the area and available to assist all patrons.
There are wheelchair locations throughout the theater. They are located in the last row of the Orchestra and the center section of the First, Second, and Third Tiers. Persons who use wheelchairs and are able to transfer may request an aisle seat in orchestra when purchasing tickets.
Available for people who require a wheelchair to go to and from their seats. To arrange a loan, call Central Security at 212.875.5520
Assistance for Guests Who Are Deaf or Have Hearing Loss
Assistive listening devices available for hard-of-hearing patrons. For headsets and loops, a major credit card or driver’s license is needed as a security deposit. See the house manager on the Orchestra level.
Assistance for Guests who are Blind or Have Low Vision
Braille and large type programs available for all New York Philharmonic, Great Performers, Mostly Mozart, and Lincoln Center Festival concerts. The programs may be obtained at the PSPD Resource Information Tables located on the plaza and Orchestra levels or from ushers.
Men’s and Women’s Restrooms
Both men’s and women’s restrooms are accessible on Plaza and Orchestra levels. An accessible unisex restroom is available on all tiers.
Accessible on plaza level, banks of booths on east and west sides. One wall booth can be used by wheelchair users on each side (volume control is available). A public TTY phone is also available on the plaza level.
Recessed on all levels of hall. Cups available.
Drinks and Dining
Serving pastries and sandwiches.
Open from 5:00 pm to intermission nightly and from noon on matinee days.
Lincoln Center Kitchen
A classic all-American restaurant conceived by Chef/Innovator Ed Brown.
Dinner: Tuesday–Saturday, 5:00pm–11:00pm
Lunch: Friday and Saturday, 11:00am–2:00pm when there is a matinee
Closed Sunday & Monday
Call 212.874.7000 or visit opentable.com for reservations.
Learn more at LincolnCenterKitchen.com
Intermission Express Refreshment Service
Featuring full-service bars with cocktails, wine, beer, coffee, sandwiches and snacks in the Promenade lobby.
Open 1 hour before showtime through intermission nightly and during matinees.
Pre-ordering your drink or snack before a performance is a fast and easy way to avoid waiting in line.