Grand Central Station's Oyster Bar To Reopen In September


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Grand Central Station's legendary Oyster Bar will be opening its doors once again in September after being closed for 11 months due to lack of traffic and business.

This New York City eatery closed at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. It then opened temporarily last fall only to close again when indoor dining was only allowed at 25% capacity. There is no outdoor dining option for this establishment as enclosed and located in the lower level of Grand Central Station.

The official website reads:

Dear friends, it has been eleven challenging months since we last saw many of you at the Grand Central Oyster Bar. As we re-opened on September 7, 2021 we relished the opportunity to be of service again, and fill your hearts, and ours, with joy and do what we do best; offer an amazing experience to our beloved New Yorkers and to our friends from all over the world.
Due to New York City recent announcement of the vaccine mandate, The Grand Central Oyster Bar will require proof of vaccination for all our guests and staff to enter our venue beginningSeptember 7, 2021. Our team will check guests’ vaccination card and ID’s when they arrive at the front doors.
We encourage you to download the statewide Excelsior Pass or NYC’s Covid Safe app, which will allow you to digitally store your vaccination card on your phone.
Stay safe, be well and thank you for your continuous support!

Be sure to stay up to date with the new hours on the Oyster Bar's website.


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