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Pershing Square is a full-service restaurant located under the landmarked Park Avenue Viaduct. Serving American Cuisine, Pershing Square is a bustling and iconic New York City experience which attracts a mix of locals and tourists. While most famous for our breakfast, Pershing Square is open for lunch, dinner, happy hour and we serve high-end comfort food until 10:30 PM. ***Please be advised that at Pershing Square we do have a dress code policy. Men are not permitted to wear tank tops in the restaurant.
All reviews brunch pancakes french toast chicken pot pie home fries corned beef hash potatoes burger salad grand central station new york american breakfast park avenue first morning great place for breakfast maple syrup quick service
Having lunch today but I love their breakfasts. Great place to meet as opposite grand central so you can’t miss it
Burgers great and a short menu so all done well
A must for the tourist but also great for a business lunch
First morning in NY on a short trip and our hotel (Iberostar) was only a block away. The food and service were both second to none. Quickly seated and served with a fabulous NY breakfast - the fresh orange is just heavenly, first rate. You...More
I’ve been wanting to come to this place because of the location, right across from Grand Central. The food was good, but the customer service was terrible! I feel like I wasted my time just waiting for my food and paying the check.
In the grand scheme of things when in New York you should expect to pay above the odds, so look out for this place which is opposite Grand Central Station, they not only do breakfast but meals and drinks all day long. Went for breakfast...More
Was meeting up with college friends and their families. Pershing was a great location. Food was very good. The air conditioning was leaking water (et al.) onto the table persistent through our meal. Not sure what got in my drink or food.
We saved this for our last breakfast in NY. It was perfect. It is a little more expensive but this isn't a grease filmed diner (nothing wrong with that for a cheap breakfast but that's not what we wanted). The pancakes are lovely, the setting...More
The first visit was back in April this year. Family that lives in mid town suggested it. Great lunch. From salad to Mac and cheese to past and shrimp, we had a delicious time.
This last visit in June we had breakfast. Very busy, organized...More