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Dan­ish/ Dutch. This restau­rant uses Nordic tech­niques and fla­vors in dishes fea­tur­ing wild and farmed ingredients from New York State. Spe­cial­ties in­clude sable­fish, salt-and-ash-baked beet­root and frozen pine souf­flé. B& L (M- F), D (nightly). $$$$ Grand Central Ter­mi­nal, 89 E. 42nd St., btw Park & Van­der­bilt aves., 646.568.4018. AT VERMILION In­dian/ Latin. The menu fea­tures a fu­sion of Latin and

In­dian dishes. En­trées in­clude plan­tain- crusted sea­sonal white­fish and bife de chorizo (dry-aged sir­loin steak, Hi­malayan sea salt- en­crusted, sun- dried tomato chimichurri, yucca mash). L (M- F), D (M-Sa). $$$ 480 Lex­ing­ton Ave., at E. 46th St., 212.871.6600.


Steak House. Since the orig­i­nal location opened in Bos­ton in 1985, this restau­rant has set up shop through­out the East Coast, serv­ing a menu of North­ern Ital­ian dishes, from hand­made pas­tas to steak and seafood. Gluten­free op­tions are avail­able. B & D (daily), L (M- F). $$$ 447 Lex­ing­ton Ave., btw E. 44th & E. 45th sts., 212.661.4810.


Amer­i­can. Nes­tled un­der­neath the over­pass di­rectly across from Grand Central Ter­mi­nal, this bustling café and bar is known for its all- day break­fast (Bel­gian waffles) and brasserie fare (steamed mus­sels with Di­jon mus­tard). B,L & D (daily), Brunch (Sa & Su). $$ 90 E. 42nd St., at Park Ave., 212.286.9600.

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