Time Out says
As part of his dining takeover of Grand Central Terminal, which also includes Scandinavian dining room Agern and its next-door sausage stall Danish Dogs, Noma cofounder Claus Meyer unveils this 5,000-square-foot marketplace inside Vanderbilt Hall. The hall is divided into five Nordic-inspired food pavilions: Grain Bar serves house-made granola, parfaits and porridges in the morning, segueing to savory grain dishes and craft beers in the evening; the vegetable-focused Almanak offers salads, smoothies and snacks; Meyers Bageri produces pastries (vanilla-cream Danishes, cinnamon swirls) and breads (rye croissants, hearth-fired flatbreads); Brownsville Roasters pours a seasonally-changing coffee program; and Open Rye features a rotating selection of smørrebrød, Danish open-face sandwiches, built with house-cured meats and fish.There’s also a bar, stocked with small-batch spirits and a large selection of aquavit.
89 E 42nd St
|Cross street:||between Lexington and Park Aves|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 6am–10pm; Sat, Sun 8am–9pm|
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