Known as the busiest station in the country and one of New York's most popular attractions, Grand Central Station is a center for commuting, shopping, dining and tours.
Serving commuters on the Metro-North Railroad to the Harlem, Hudson, Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Fairfield and New Haven counties, the Grand Central Terminal offers a variety of transportation options. Grand Central is working on East Side Access to allow service with Long Island Rail Road.
Other than commuting, Grand Central offers a vast selection of dining and shopping options.
Dining options Include:
Shopping options Include:
There are plenty of places you can access from Grand Central Terminal and connecting Subway and bus lines. 45 minutes from Grand Central Station, Brooklyn is an off-the-beaten-path favorite of Manhattan visitors. Similar to New Jersey, Brooklyn has it's own New York culture that is to be enjoyed. From the Brooklyn Bridge to the inner city street dining, Brooklyn has a lot to offer travelers.
There are three Chinatown's in New York City alone. easily accessed by the NYC transportation system, travelers enjoy Chinese culture in Brooklyn's Chinatown, Queen's Chinatown or the most popular, the one located right in Manhattan. Enjoy authentic Chinese food and shopping in the heart of New York City or if you want a more urban experience, travel out to Brooklyn and Queens.