Grand Central Terminal is a wonderful place to visit when in the city. The building itself is just gorgeous, and it offers many dining options that are quite affordable for New York City.
In what is called their Dining Concourse, they have a selection of 21 various selections (Shake Shack is coming soon) which I think is perfect for groups who have different tastes in food. You have a wide variety of choices, and even if you are just looking for a little snack, it does the trick. Let's take a peek at some of the places you will come across..........
Two Boots Pizza is a great place for a tasty slice of unique pizza. They have a sit down restaurant or you can just take your meal and eat in the seating in the concourse itself.
Magnolia Bakery is here and you can enjoy their fabulous cuppies and other tasty desserts. A happy quick snack during the day of seeing the city.
The area is very open and lots of seating to rest those weary feet
Ciao Bella Gelato any time of the year is just so yummy, if you have never tried gelato, this is your chance
They also make Banana Nutella Crepes and this photo is making me very hungry
The famous Junior's is here as well with a take out area and sit down restaurant
Famous for their cheesecake, their sandwiches are pretty amazing too
Neuhaus chocolates can be found here as well and their confections are so over-the-top
Zaro's Bakery has amazing breads
and challah bread which would make fabulous french toast !!
I just wanted to show you some of the wonderful places to visit in Grand Central for a variety of food options. There is also the Grand Central Market, The Campbell Apartment, Michael Jordan's Steakhouse, Cipriani Dolce and the famous Grand Central Oyster Bar. I hope that if you plan to visit the city, you make sure to have Grand Central Terminal on your "to do" list.
Today's Words of Wisdom: “In Grand Central you cannot shilly shally or dilly dally. Everyone rushes and dashes and zips and zaps and whizzes like crazy and oh what a dizzy and delightful place.” Parting words from Maira Kalman’s children’s book Next Stop Grand Central.
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