New York February 24, 2019
This Underground Restaurant In New York Is Like No Other Place You’ve Ever Eaten
It’s been proven time and time again that when exploring New York, you’ll want to keep your eyes peeled. Hiding in plain sight, some of our best attractions and dining destinations are easier to find than you would think – just take a look at this
speakeasy restaurant for instance! Some of our state’s best restaurants though can be a bit tricky to discover, so let us do all the hard work for you and point you in the direction of our state’s oldest and most delicious oyster bar that just so happens to be hidden below street level.
Below the busy streets of New York and tucked between the chaos that happens within the walls of Grand Central Station, our state's oldest oyster bar is waiting to wow you.
While it may not be the first thing that you see when you walk into the station, it's not too hard to find - just look for discrete but helpful signs like these to point you to where you're going.
The oldest operating restaurant within the station, say hello to Grand Central Oyster Bar.
The Oyster Bar is one of the most architecturally stunning restaurants you’ll ever dine in here in the Empire State.
The restaurant's vaulted ceilings attract hungry guests from all around the world, with Guastavino tiled ceilings that you won’t be able to take your eyes off of.
Aside from the restaurant's architectural beauty, it comes down to the food that really makes this place so wonderful to experience.
On a daily basis, the restaurant carries anywhere from 25 to 30 varieties of fresh oysters.
While the restaurant features many dining areas, one of the many perks of sitting up at the restaurant's main bar is that you'll get to see all of these delicious dishes freshly prepared right before your eyes as you dine.
Speaking of places to sit, Grand Central Oyster Bar features several dining rooms and has the ability to seat up to 440 guests.
Whether you're looking to get your hands on some classic fresh oysters...
...or want to try one of their famous soups or lobster rolls, you can't go wrong with ordering anything off of this menu.
So dine at one of the bars or grab a table with your friends and family, don't wait any longer to discover why dining underground will be your new favorite experience.
Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant is located at 89 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017 open Monday through Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., accepting reservations up until 9 p.m. each evening. To find out more about New York’s oldest oyster bar,
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