Grand Central Terminal continues to resume operations in accordance with New York State’s phased reopening of business.
All employees, customers and visitors passing through Grand Central are required to wear face coverings while they are in the Terminal and on trains, unless it is medically feasible not to do so.
We have put into place protocols to keep our customers, visitors and employees safe and healthy while at Grand Central Terminal. These protocols are detailed further down this page
Keep checking back for the latest information and updates about the Terminal and our shops and restaurants.
STATUS OF OUR SHOPS & RESTAURANTS
Our shops, cafes, restaurants are beginning to reopen in accordance with the New York State phased reopening of businesses guidelines. From our fashion, lifestyle and beauty stores to our delicatessens, bakers and liquor stores, each one is ready or will soon be ready to welcome you back. Click below for the latest operating status of our stores and restaurants.
LOWER LEVEL DINING CONCOURSE
As trains are now running on both levels of the Terminal, the lower level of Grand Central is open for retail dining restaurants doing take-out business only (no sit-down food consumption will be allowed during this time).
SAFE SOCIAL DISTANCING
We request customers social distance by 6 -feet or more where possible in and around the Terminal. To assist, floor decals indicating safe social distancing have been placed across the Terminal including at the Information Booth, the Station Master’s Office, at any open ticket window, at Ticket Vending Machines and at restroom entrances.
Everyone entering Grand Central Terminal must wear a face mask or covering unless it is medically not feasible to do so.
All pedestrian entrances to and from the Terminal are open:
105 East 42nd Street (Subway)
Vanderbilt Avenue & 42nd Street
North End Access
Lexington Passage (the subway entrance remains closed)
TRAIN ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES
Metro-North weekday services are now arriving and departing from both the upper and lower level tracks.
All weekend services continue to operate from the upper level only.
Visit mta.info/mnr for the latest train service updates and schedules.