Built in 1913, Grand Central Terminal is impressive even to New Yorkers, particularly the massive main hall with its ... More
Grand Central Terminal
Built in 1913, Grand Central Terminal is impressive even to New Yorkers, particularly the massive main hall with its cathedral-like vaulted ceiling. The building is beautiful with chic shops and a food court lending an air of urban charm, not an easy feat for a railway station that is filled with a half million commuters each week. The bar at Michael Jordan's The Steak House overlooks the busy terminal. Dine at the legendary Oyster Bar for great shellfish. The Vanderbilt Hall within the station is also the site of numerous cultural events, so check out the website for the latest in the station's support of artistic endeavors. The station services outlying suburbs via the Metro-North Commuter Railroad.
Pershing Square is an attractive, glass faced restaurant across from Grand Central Terminal which serves New American cuisine. The dining
area is modern, with red booths and a green ceiling. Fresh muffins, cakes, pies and tarts are available for ...
Fully restored to its pre war glamour, The Intercontinental New York Barclay is an award winning hotel that welcomes guests
with residential warmth and sophistication. Conveniently located in Manhattan's fashionable Midtown East, few hotels provide such easy access to ...
Located in Times Square, near the Theater District of Manhattan, the Carter Times Square is approximately one half block from
the Port Authority Bus Terminal, six miles from the Laguardia Airport, and 12 miles from the Newark Liberty International ...
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