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Grand Central Market

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**Please note: All vendors have separate cash registers.** One market, unlimited options. Shop Grand Central Market for the finest and freshest ingredients for everyday meals and special occasions. Grand Central Market Vendors: Bien Cuit, Ceriello...more
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89 E 42nd St, Grand Central Terminal, New York City, NY 10017-5503
Midtown East
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All reviews great market lexington avenue cheese shop food stalls main terminal great place to shop farmers market buy something new york vendors commuters pescatore zabars gifts shoppers nyc browse
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We love this market so much!!! In a more than beautifull buildings. A real surprise, this is a hidden treasure.

Date of experience: January 2019
2  Thank JanLinksGroningen
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Not very large but varied, at a price! We have bought there and have always been satisfied with the goods. Also eating places. Worth while to visit.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Gordon B
Reviewed January 15, 2019

The Grand Central Market is a nice quick diversion while you're in the Grand Central Station area. It feels like a tiny subsection of the trendy Italian market "Eatly" has landed in the middle of all the commuter foot traffic. If you happen to be...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank TheBreakfastSampler
Reviewed January 9, 2019

I just love open food markets. This place is not huge, so you can't really get lost, but there are plenty of kiosks to browse and enjoy some really good food.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank srcesq
Reviewed January 6, 2019

After a very tasty lunch at the Oyster Bar, I chanced on this corridor on the way to the subway. What a pleasant surprise! Fine spices, numerous delicacies--competes with Zabars in many ways and is a perfect convenience for a tired commuter.

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank KirkpatrickMacDonald
Reviewed January 1, 2019 via mobile

Cute market located in the grand terminal. Fresh food and veggies and fruits. Shops selling cheese and dry food and meat as well.

Date of experience: January 2019
1  Thank Vanitha I
Reviewed December 26, 2018

Maybe it was just us, but we found it OK but not particularly special. The items were fairly unique but just not very appealing to us, especially at the seemingly high prices. We spent perhaps an hour or so and went on. Not disappointing but...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank ReglMad
Reviewed December 21, 2018 via mobile

Come off the train and take it all in, have a taco, beer, cupcake from Marigolds and catch your breath before you dive into the hustle and bustle of the city. There’s something for everyone.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank ElaineL63Sunshine
Reviewed December 11, 2018

This is an amazing destination and convenience for anyone who commutes or is boarding a train to visit friends and families. Fresh, fresh, fresh food items and grocery stalls, European-style gourmet shopping and lots more. Its a feast for the eyes and nose. Something for...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Sharkiemark
Reviewed November 26, 2018 via mobile

Wot a great market. Individual units set out to make them so visually attractive. Lots of natural colour. The cheese and fish units were a particular favourite. Wonderful tea and herbs place too. Well worth visiting if in the area.

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Kingpaul100
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holaPennsylvania
November 27, 2017|
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Response from Novacek2012 | Reviewed this property |
I do not know. Most of the vendors are individually owned and not a part of the whole.
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arjantina
October 25, 2017|
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Response from GrandCentralNYC | Property representative |
Hi arjantina – yes, Pescatore Seafood Co. sells fresh seafood in the Grand Central Market! You can find more information on the Market page on our website.
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lawrenge
October 3, 2015|
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Response from wixs | Reviewed this property |
I arrived Monday am and left Sat pm. I looked at their website and it indicated they were open from 8-6 on Sun. Wix
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MN_Jen_08
St Paul, Minnesota
What to do in downtown? (6 Replies)
Hello! I'll be spending a long weekend (4/29-5/2) in LA with a couple girlfriends. We're staying in Venice, but want to spend some time in downtown. We'd like to check out Olvera Street, and see some other sights while we're in the area. Chinatown? Grand Central Market? Little Tokyo? We like street food, markets, mom and pop shops, cool stuff to photograph, and basically experiencing places we don't have in Minneapolis. We'll be walking or taking an Uber around. Also, would a...More
April 19, 2016|
Response fromRalph_MB|
Chinatown, Grand Central Market, Little Tokyo, and Olivera Street are all close to each other and none of them takes a long time to see. Chinatown is the biggest of the neighborhoods. These ethnic communities have largely moved out of downtown and now have a big presence in other areas, but those suburban areas are harder to see and less colorful. If we want Thai food we go to Hollywood. For a big Chinese feast we go to Monterey Park. There are a lot of Korean restaurants in Koreatown, west...More
emmaxoxo
Arlington, Texas
Best route, Downtown? (3 Replies)
This is our plan for a Sunday in July, we'll have a rental car and want to go to the Farmer's Market and The Grove in the morning, then maybe onto Melrose Ave for a little shopping, then Downtown. Afterwards we're on to Anaheim for a few nights. In Downtown LA, we want to see Walt Disney Concert Hall, Catherdal of our Ladies, Union St, Bradbury Building, Olvera St, and Grand Central Market. What's the best way to do Downtown, drive from location to location? Park in one place - if so...More
May 12, 2010|
Response fromwanderer|
Your Downtown places are all within within walking distance of each other, and the whole walk would be maybe a mile. It would be more hassle than it's worth to drive from place to place. So park and walk. Because it's Sunday you might be able to find a free on-street space, at any event lots will be cheaper than during weekdays. Grand Central Market is at the southern end of your group, near 3rd & Broadway, Union Station and Olvera St. are at the northern end.
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Hi All, Just booked our first trip to NYC so excited. Been lurking a while and reading lots of post and planned a bit of a itinerary just wondered what people thought, do i have the areas right? PS I like shopping so have put in some stores i want to do! Day 1 Arrive 2pm ish and check in – Top of the Rock, Rockefella Plaza, Tiffany’s, Walk down 5th Ave Food Options – Juniors Cheesecake Times Square Evening 1 – Times Square Shops & Bearings. Broadway Shops & Lights, 5th Ave...More
February 05, 2013|
Response fromLMVManchester_UK|
I like Bill Burgers but its nowhere near where you will be on that day