What’s the best way to stomach subway delays? With a snack, obviously. Columbus Circle elevates your platform noshes with this 325-foot-long subway passageway turned underground retail complex, designed with glass storefronts, porcelain floor tiles and white steel columns. Thirty-nine vendors now call the subterranean mall home, including dining outlets like Doughnuttery and MeltKraft. Grab Taiwanese dumplings at Yong Kang Street, empanadas at Bolivian Llama Party and vegan cookies at Blossom du Jour. Some merchants, like Gastronomie 491, are outfitted with seating areas; others, like Ellary’s Greens, serve wine and beer.