Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant
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Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant information
This buzzing bar and restaurant within Grand Central is hugely atmospheric, with a vaulted tiled ceiling by Catalan-born engineer Rafael Guastavino. While the extensive menu covers everything from clam chowder and seafood stews to pan-fried softshell crab, the real reason to head here is for the two-dozen oyster varieties. Get slurping.