Grand Central Terminal
If you're in NYC on Easter Weekend, let someone else handle the food while you catch up with family.
Make a special meal part of your Easter Sunday celebrations at some of the city’s best restaurants.
Grand Central’s Summer Send-Off on August 24-26 is a great way for families to say goodbye to summer vacation.
From October 1 through 4, curious visitors will get to know more about this mysterious land through several fun activities.
Grand Central Partnership’s premier annual tasting event, Grand Gourmet – The Flavor of Midtown returns to Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall May 7!
When I moved to this sprawling metropolis I only had one major fear, mastering the New York City subway system.
There is nothing like the holidays to put my sweet tooth into overdrive. And so I recently had the oh-so-sweet opportunity to indulge in a variety of treats from Financier Patissiere, the French Patisserie chain in New York. The bakery/café offers a number of holiday yule log desserts, both traditional (chocolate, Grand Marnier, praline and coffee) and “modern” (a dark chocolate, raspberry and pistachio mousse sitting atop a pistachio biscuit and finished off with chocolate lady fingers and chocolate glaze).
Last year, I went to Grand Gourmet – The Flavor of Midtown® at Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall. This culinary event brings together the finest Midtown Manhattan restaurants all in one place and delectable delights range from succulent steak to seafood and even an ample helping of desserts.
One of my favorite structures in New York City is Grand Central Terminal. This beautiful building—which serves as the main hub for the Metro-North Railroad, connecting commuters to and from New York City to other counties in New York and Connecticut—reminds me of the grandiose cathedrals in Rome and Florence. Highlights of the awe-inspiring Main Concourse are the large, blue astronomical ceiling and the four-faced clock, which rests atop the main information booth.