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Oyster bar, Grand Central Station

Grand Central Oyster Bar, very "New York" restaurant inside beautiful Grand Central station! Try the hidden back bar for great oysters and champagne.

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Snippets of people at the bar : short stories. ----Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant in New York City

A Slice of Grand Central Comes to Brooklyn…Grand Central Oyster Bar Brooklyn specializes in oysters and the freshest seafood. On any given day, you find a minimum of 16 varieties of oysters.  Our menu changes daily, depending on what the freshest market catches are.

A Slice of Grand Central Comes to Brooklyn

The Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant Lower Level, Grand Central Terminal, 89 East Street, New York, NY 10017

THE 11 BEST 100-YEAR-OLD RESTAURANTS IN NEW YORK CITY...And all of them, like your Grandfather at bingo night, still got it.

The 11 Best 100-Year-Old Restaurants in New York City

Café New York. According to some travel magazines the nicest café in the world. Budapest #travel

New York Café, Budapest. According to some travel magazines the nicest café in the world.

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Looking to get your daily (or hourly) caffeine fix while you're out and about around New York City? These 14 coffee shops are just what you need, both coffee and aesthetics wise.

One of the classic New York drinking establishments, the Campbell Apartment is located inside another city icon—Grand Central Terminal.  See more of New York City's most stylish bars.

15 Chic New York City Bars for Design Lovers

One of the classic New York drinking establishments, the Campbell Apartment is located inside another city icon—Grand Central Terminal. See more of New York City's most stylish bar

45th Street's escalators , The Grand Central Station , New York | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Street's escalators , The Grand Central Terminal, New York City.

Grand Central Station - 1935 / 1941:

New York en noir & blanc : 20 photos historiques de la Big Apple !

NYC Grand Central Terminal, 1929 — The light doesn’t stream in like this anymore because the buildings around the station are too tall. I Miss NYC and my brother so bad. Being in Grand Central was amazing.

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