DINE UNDER THE STARS
Did you know Grand Central Terminal is home to four beautiful fine dining restaurants, a refined cocktail bar, a Nordic food hall, and a casual pizza bar? If you’re looking for world-class dining in Midtown Manhattan or restaurants near Grand Central Terminal, look no further than under the stars at Grand Central.
All of our restaurants are able to accommodate large groups and private parties. Learn more about booking private parties.
Michelin-starred, season-driven Agern restaurant features farmed and wild ingredients from the New York State region exposed to time-honored techniques, and flavors rooted in Nordic Cuisine.
Located in the Shuttle Passage between Beverage Bar and Danish Dogs.
ART BIRD & WHISKEY BAR
From renowned chef Art Smith, Art Bird & Whiskey Bar offers Lower Level Dining Concourse visitors a soul-satisfying menu of fried chicken and southern sides as well as mouthwatering cocktails in a fast-casual setting. For 30 years, Chef Art has been serving his famous Buttermilk Fried Chicken to countless customers and friends across the country.
Located in the Lower Level Dining Concourse.
THE CAMPBELL BAR
The Campbell Bar is an iconic New York institution, thoughtfully restored to its original grandeur by Gerber Group. Gerber Group’s selection of classic and modern cocktails, that highlight fresh ingredients, wines and locally brewed craft beers, are complemented by a menu of elevated bar fare and lunch specialties, including small plates, soups, salads and sandwiches.
Located on the balcony level. Entrance at 15 Vanderbilt Avenue or from the elevator on the Oyster Bar Ramp.
GRAND CENTRAL OYSTER BAR & RESTAURANT
The oldest restaurant in Grand Central, Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant is a landmark that has one of the largest and freshest seafood menus including in the city. Here, you’ll find 25 types of fish and up to 30 varieties of oysters, along with other seafood specialties.
Located next to the Dining Concourse on the Lower Level. Saloon Entrance from the Shuttle Passage off of 42nd Street and Vanderbilt Avenue.
GREAT NORTHERN FOOD HALL
Great Northern Food Hall brings culinary concepts, flavors and ideas rooted in the history and the landscapes of the Nordic countries. Claus Meyer is the founder of Meyers, which launched many influential restaurants and other food projects in Denmark. He is also co-founder of noma, a Copenhagen restaurant that has four times been rated the best in the world, and he initiated the New Nordic Cuisine Movement. In 2010, he founded the Melting Pot Foundation, because he believes that social change can be driven by food – using the tools of entrepreneurship, education, and deliciousness.
Located in Vanderbilt Hall West with a seating area in the back.
Celebrity chef and iron chef Judge Donatella Arpaia brings you Prova Pizzabar, located in the Lower Level Dining Concourse. Using the highest water content, longest proofing process, and most authentic Italian ingredients, she has crafted a purely-delicious pizza. You’ll also be able to enjoy award-winning meatballs, pasta, craft cocktails, and more in the warm and rustic full-service dining room, bar, or for takeaway.
Full bar and dining area within the Lower Level Dining Concourse.
MORE RESTAURANT OPTIONS
nLooking for more places to eat near Grand Central, or looking to grab and go? Check out the Dining Concourse on the Lower Level! Featuring 20 eateries with a variety of cuisines, the Dining Concourse has something for everyone, including Shake Shack, Hale & Hearty, and Magnolia Bakery. All you have to do is choose your craving.
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