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TurnStyle

Restaurants, Food court Hell's Kitchen
4 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)
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Filip WolakEllary's Green at TurnStyle
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Time Out says

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. 

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Address: Columbus Circle
at Eighth Ave
New York
10019
Cross street: 57th St
Price: Average doughnut: $6
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Opening hours: Daily 9am–9pm
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4 out of 5 stars

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We have eaten at Young Kang Street a few times the food is great ! We love shopping at Turnstyle. They do lots of free events for everyone and they help to find homes for dogs. Check out our video of us eating there : https://youtu.be/5OGIGOUk-n4


I have passed thru TurnStyle a number of times since it opened, and while it is bright new and shiny, quite a bit better than any subway shopping/food outlet that I have seen, it is still in the Subway. The food looks and the outlets are are all attractive. Time will tell if it stays in its pristine state, but my choice, is to not spend a great deal on food to be eaten on the run, in the Subway. While the food doesn’t attract me, the retail outlets may be of greater interest if their selection is good and pricing reasonable. My advice is use it while it is still in excellent order, and hope that it stays that way.

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I don't really enjoy hanging out in subway stations, but Turnstyle is going to change all of that for me. I love how this food hall is perfect for grabbing an (actually delicious) meal on the go and also for killing a little bit of time before you head to a different destination.  I was super impressed with all of the food options (Ellary's Greens is a must-visit, and any location of a Doughnuttery is too) and can't wait for a reason to go back.


Also - if you're worried about the fact that TurnStyle is in a subway, don't be. The space was very clean, and the architects and designers did an excellent job of giving the space a modern, mall-like feel.  Plus - you don't have to swipe your subway card to enter!