Photoblog 016: Grand Central Eats! Nomnom.

If people didn’t know any better, you’d think all I do in New York is eat (well.. that’s kind of true.)

Grand Central Terminal (AKA Grand Central Station) is one of the most beautiful buildings in the city. It’s a mix of classic architecture and design with modern-day functionality. Which makes it awesome.

I’ve always been a fan of the zodiac and astrology, and the ceiling of Grand Central is a giant painting of the constellations.

On each level, you have tracks (metronorth and the LIRR) leaving for Connecticut and Long Island. I decided to grab lunch today down in the dining concourse, which is in the “basement” so to speak. It’s home to a huge variety of food; pretty much any classic ethnic meal you’d want, you can find (I went with falafel today!) And a few popular chains like Juniors and Hale & Hearty Soups.

The station itself is pretty huge. Several levels and lots of wings, I always end up finding someplace completely new every time I go just to wander. I’ll have to go back and take pictures of the shops you can find (the fresh market is EPIC).

Stuff I have coming up: Port Authority Bust Terminal (ugliest building in NY) and Bryant Park!

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