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Situated on the north and west balconies of Grand Central Terminal's main concourse, this popular steakhouse ranks among the top in New York. The design harkens back to the glory days of luxury train travel, and features a classic steakhouse menu and an eclectic selection of wines, spirits and beers. The restaurant features two private dining rooms for seven and 14, a wine salon that accommodates 16 for seated dinners or 60 for cocktail parties, and a semi-private area that seats 40 for lunch or dinner. The main dining room can seat 160 for lunch or dinner, and when combined with the bar it can accommodate up to 400. The iconic bar is a gathering place for commuters, travelers and New Yorkers.