The beloved restaurant will reopen on Tuesday, September 7.
The historic seafood restaurant was closed for 11 months on October 12 due to lack of commercial and pedestrian traffic during the pandemic.
The historic restaurant was temporarily closed for just nine days from September 30 to October 9 last year, following the previous closure of nearly seven months due to COVID-19 restrictions imposed by New York State. Resume as a target.
With a history of 108 years, the New York facility has flourished in businesses driven by both New York tourists and pedestrians through Grand Central Terminal. Therefore, the second shutdown was based on narrowly limited activity due to the effects of a pandemic in New York City. ..
Overall, the oyster bar has been shivering for almost 17 months and is now aiming for a resurgence of times.
In a joint statement, President Janet Pocha, Vice President Sandy Ingbar and Vice President Mohammed Lawal said:
“It has been a difficult time for Grand Central Oyster Bar for almost a year and a half. We take the opportunity to serve again, to fill our customers and hearts with joy, and to do our best. Our Beloved We provide a great experience for New Yorkers and friends around the world. We are stronger than ever and look forward to returning with a greater desire to serve you. “
The Oyster Bar is open Monday through Friday, offering full and exclusive menus including full capacity indoor seating, bar and counter service, sociable remote seating (6-legged tables) and dishes from seafood. To do. The Oyster Bar offers both “take out” take-out and delivery services within a 5-block radius.
Safety measures implemented include surface disinfection after all meal services, sealed and packaged utensils, daily deep cleaning of common areas, contactless menus and availability of payments, and with employees. This includes the requirement for customers to wear masks.
Note: The video above is taken from the previous story.
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Iconic Grand Central Oyster Bar to resume after one year of COVID shutdown
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