If themed restaurants like the Stardust are your cup of tea, add the Jekyll & Hyde Club to your list. Located in Greenwich Village, the restaurant offers a haunted and spooky experience meant for older kids who like a good scare with their burgers. As the restaurant staff warns, something happens every 10 minutes, and live entertainment with a full cast of characters is always a part of your meal, day or night. The menu is filled with American fare, pizza and pasta, so all ages will find something they like. . https://thepointsguy.com/guide/best-nyc-restaurants-for-kids-families/
Last, but probably not least,, is DŌ, near New York University. If you have ever eaten (or wanted to eat) raw cookie dough, this place is a must on your NYC family adventure. Imagine flavors like cake batter with white chips, chocolate chips and sprinkles, or sugar cookies topped with rainbow sugar. There are even vegan, kosher and gluten-free items.
It’s safe to eat this dough (or DŌ) raw because the bakery uses a pasteurized egg product instead of a raw egg, and a heat process that kills potential bacteria in the flour. You could cook this dough and make real cookies, but you totally don’t have to. . https://thepointsguy.com/guide/best-nyc-restaurants-for-kids-families/
If you're looking for a spooky good time, dine with vampires, mummies, and monsters at Jekyll and Hyde. Kids will get a kick out of wax figures that come to life and sinister desserts like Death by Chocolate cake. . https://mommypoppins.com/new-york-city-kids/restaurants/nyc-restaurants-with-kids-entertainment-and-activities