On the lower level of the bustling Grand Central Terminal lies this venerable century-old restaurant. The atmospheric décor will transport you back to 1913 – think vaulted ceilings adorned with tiles designed by Spanish architect Guastavino, for instance. Order the clam chowder and a selection of the restaurant’s famous oysters for a sublime meal.
Intriguing Japanese and Jewish fusion cuisine
A wholesome pizzeria serving wood-fired pies
New York's most legendary steakhouse
Classic American along the historic Dumbo waterfront
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