I liked everything about this place. The food was good. The cost was reasonable. The staff was courteous and kind. It was a little bit crowded, so we waited about 10min. for a seat. The drinks were good also. I would suggest this place to anyone visiting NYC.
Grand Central Terminal is one of New York's crown jewels, and the Oyster Bar, located in the basement, is certainly
one of the high points of Grand Central. Cavernous, loud and casual, this is where New Yorkers come to ...
There is nothing upscale or snooty about this big, bi level down home eatery located in Times Square. Tourists and
business crowds chow down on fairly authentic, old fashioned barbecue favorites like pork ribs and Georgia Chicken Fried Steak. ...
Named after the 'New York Times', which moved here in 1924, Times Square is a vibrant, neon lit area in
the heart of the Theater District. Over the years, this area has transformed with increasing number of hotels, office ...