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Grand Central Dining Concourse
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No place reflects NYC's energy and character as does Grand Central Terminal. Beneath the hustle and bustle of the terminal, are 35 casual lunch options on the Dining Concourse for average Joes, Janes,... Read More
No place reflects NYC's energy and character as does Grand Central Terminal. Beneath the hustle and bustle of the terminal, are 35 casual lunch options on the Dining Concourse for average Joes, Janes, an dvisitors. Grab a table, or an Alice in Wonderland high-backed chair, belly up to the counter of choice â" and expect to pay under $20 and often just $10 for a meal served inside the heartbeat of Manhattan. Concourse players include: Cafe Spice (Indian), Chirping Chicken, Ciao bella Gelato, Dishes, Eata Pita, Feng Shui (Chinese), Frankies Dogs on the Go, Golden Krust Patties (Jamaican), Hale and Hearty Soups, Irving Farm Coffee Roasters, Junior's (burgers and cheesecake), Magnolia Bakery, Manhattan Chili Company, Mendy's Kosher Delicatessen/Dairy, Shake Shack, Shiro of Japan, Thai Toon, Tri Tip Grill, Two Boots Pizzeria and Zaro's Bakery. Grand Central Terminal 89 E. 42nd St. TRAINS: 4, 5, 6, 7, S & Metro-North Railroad
89 E. 42nd St.
New York, NY 10017
- Mon-Thu: 6:30am-11pm
- Fri-Sat: 7am-9pm
- Sun: 11am-6pm
- Lunch: "New Yorkers tend to favor grab and go lunches, but several spots include wait service while the spaces in between recall train cars and Alice in Wonderland seats."
- Best for Lunch Because: The Dining Concourse is a cornucopia of eateries from bars and kiosks to ethnic cuisine options at affordable prices.