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Established in 1954 by Ukrainian immigrants, Veselka is a three-generation family-owned business that continues to uphold the legacy of its founders. The restaurant remains a testament to our heritage and proudly carries on the tradition of providing exceptional Ukrainian soul food and service to its patrons. We promise you’ll love our food a latke. OPENING

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Eli Zabar’s Farm to Table East

Stop in, or order 24/7 through Mercato for home delivery. This freestanding fruit and vegetable market showcases Eli Zabar’s long-term commitment to the seasonal, organic, sustainable practices of farmers in the tri-state area. To ensure customers have what they want and need everyday, produce managers select fruits, vegetables and flowers from established vendors around the United

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Dirty Taco

An upbeat urban taco shop offering L.A. street style tacos, delicious side dishes, and refreshing agua frescas. Dirty Taco taqueria is a concept by Armenian and Korean-influenced chefs who have infused their own traditions and flavors into the DNA of classic L.A. tacos. Your go-to taco spot in the Dining Concourse! Come back for our

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Bourke Street Bakery

Visit Bourke Street Bakery for a delicious trip to Australia without the jetlag! Flaky hot pastries, organic sourdough breads, sweet cakes & sustainable craft coffee by Counter Culture. Enjoy a special grab-and-go style menu unique to this Bourke Street location of fresh sandwiches, breakfast pots, seasonal salads and healthy bowls designed for busy locals and

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Luke’s Lobster

New York’s historic Grand Central Terminal now offers a taste of Maine! We’re excited to bring our Maine-style, sustainable seafood rolls to New Yorkers, visitors, and commuters making their way to and from the city. We serve our famous lobster, crab, and shrimp rolls as well as a full bar, craft cocktails, an extensive wine

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A New York take on Paris café-bars. Tartinery is a café-bar featuring elevated takes on Paris’ most iconic dish, the tartine, an open-faced sandwich topped with fresh, seasonal and locally-sourced ingredients. Tartinery also offers bountiful salads, grain bowls, pastries, Irving Farm craft coffee, fresh juices, and smoothies, as well as a curated selection of wine

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Doughnut Plant

Doughnut Plant is considered the pioneer of the artisanal doughnut. Created in Mark Isreal’s Lower East Side apartment in 1994, Doughnut Plant been handcrafting original and innovative doughnuts built upon Mark’s grandfather’s recipe ever since. Delicious, high quality ingredients. Organic when available. Seasonal flavors. Handmade fresh daily. No eggs, no trans fat. No preservatives. #moredeliciousness

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Zaro’s Family Bakery

Zaro’s Family Bakery is a 4th-generation-owned, 90-year-old NYC staple. They offer a full line of artisan breads, New York bagels, cakes, traditional Jewish homemade pastries (Rugelach anyone?) and famous Black and White Cookie. Stop in for a bag of popcorn for your commute or choose from one of their Bronx-made, fresh-everyday treats. Hours by Location

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Pescatore Sushi & Noodles

Pescatore Sushi & Noodles introduces freshly made sushi to Grand Central Market! A sister kiosk to the fishmonger Pescatore Seafood Company at the other end of the aisle, Pescatore Sushi is the perfect place for grab-and-go sushi prepared daily, on-site, by master sushi chefs, 7 days a week! Grand Central Market hours: Monday – Friday:

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