It is a seafood restaurant. It opened along with the terminal itself in 1913 and has been in business ever since. In 2016, Zagats gave it a food rating of 22/30, meaning Very Good To Excellent.
Tell all your Boston transplant friends to give up their white paste-soup and head to Grand Central Oyster Bar, set of many a contemporary literary scene for a retro gone trendy-chic vibe.
Miss your train and want a snack? Stop by Pescatore and grab one of their delicious seafood spring rolls. They're well priced ($3.50-$5.50), tasty and provide a great protein blast.
Fantastic selection of oysters, served simply in a great atmosphere. Skip the overpriced mains and stick to the oyster bar.
Grab a pint of your favorite Ample Hills ice cream flavor on your way home.
I love Grand Central. New York classic. Never know who you will run into.
NY + Oysters = this place. Good seafood, but slow service
A real NY classic.
Bar side is very casual and friendly. Don't bother to drop by for oyster snack!
Here you can try 14 or 15 varieties at one time. Few culinary pleasures can match the chance to compare several from far-flung locales. Or opt for a bowl of delicious clam chowder.