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famous terminal has become a destination in itself. There are shops and res-
taurants, even a food court—none of which has sullied its image as an archi-
tectural masterpiece. Look up in the Main Concourse with its celestial ceil-
ing (look for a tiny patch of dark gray—the before-cleaning color—in the
northwest corner).
Where to Eat:
$-NumPang Sandwich Shop -This sandwich shop adds Cambodian flavors
for an unusual but flavorful sandwich. Our pick is the ginger brisket.
$$-Burger Joint -To really feed your beef addiction, try this hidden gem,
tucked behind a wall of curtains in Le Parker Meridien—a bit pricier but a
cool spot to scarf a burger. Insider's Tip: They take cash only and there is a
long line.
$$$ -Le Bernandin-True authentic French cuisine at a revered restaurant in
$$$-Vitae- Using the freshest ingredients, Vitae is all about seasonal and
farm to market options. From the creamy homemade burrata cheese to roas-
ted duck, you'll dine in culinary heaven
$$$-Del Frisco's- Rockefeller Center - This American Steakhouse is a favor-
ite. It offers master made mixologist cocktails and mouthwatering desserts
to boot.
$- Blue Bottle Coffee-Rockefeller Center, 1 Rockefeller Plaza, New York,
NY 10020 This upscale coffeehouse offers coffee drinks & pastries, freshly
roasted beans, and souvenir mugs.
Insider's Tips:
Some of the cheapest prices for Broadway and Off-Broadway tickets can be
at a TKTS Booth . These are typically 25-50% off full-price, meaning you'll
pay about $60-$85 per ticket, instead of the regular $100+. If you are a stu-
dent, head to the show theater itself for student rates.
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