After years of anticipation, Grand Central has finally opened its Nordic Food Hall in Vanderbilt Hall. This unique dining experience is the project of Danish food entrepreneur Claus Meyer, the man behind the New Nordic Cuisine Movement.
The food hall has five pavilions, each with its own specialties. The pavilions serve a range of pastries, coffees, salads, open-faced sandwiches, juices and cocktails that all come from Nordic roots.
The pastries offered at the Great Northern Food Hall are not something you want to miss. You can’t go wrong with the Kanelsnurre (Cinnamon Swirl), Tebirkes (Poppy Seed Danish), or Hindbaersnitter (Danish Pop Tart), washed down by one of their freshly pressed juices. Not only are the pastries delicious, but they are also fairly priced.
If you find yourself in Grand Central, make sure to stop by its newest culinary addition.
The Great Northern Food Hall is located at 89 East 42nd Street, in Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall.
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