Pershing Square is an attractive, glass-faced restaurant across from Grand Central Terminal which serves New American ... More
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 those who just want a quick bite. Entrees include chicken and duck potpie, loin of lamb, filet mignon and seared salmon. Vegetarians can take a pick from one of the vegetarian dishes on the menu, while spirit lovers can indulge their palate at the on site bar. A must-visit!
Way overpriced - at least 3x a good diner - eat at one of the many places inside GCT, and save a bundle.
Service - sucked - took at least 20 minutes to get a muffin and the place was empty, on a Sunday morning! Ordered OJ, it arrived after I had paid and left (I asked them take it off the bill, had actually left the table, and as I am leaving an OJ shows up).
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