Subterranean Grand Central Oyster Bar Closes Doors After 12 Days Of Indoor Dining

Grand Central Oyster Bar, the iconic restaurant inside of Grand Central Terminal, is giving up on indoor dining less than two weeks after reopening. The restaurant, which first opened in 1913, cited a “lack of traffic and business caused by the COVID-19 pandemic” in a Facebook post on Saturday.

The gorgeous subterranean space has no windows or outdoor space, meaning it was unable to offer outdoor dining at all during the pandemic. Restaurants across New York City were allowed to reopen for indoor dining, at 25% capacity, on September 30th, and Grand Central Oyster Bar was among those that reopened.

The restaurant excitedly wrote on Facebook five days ahead of reopening, “We are a New York landmark with Guastavino tiled vaulted ceilings located on the lower level of the magnificent Grand Central Terminal. We are eager to serve you again! The oyster bar, lounge, bar, and counter seating will remain

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Trump Jr holds packed indoor rally days after dad’s COVID-19 diagnosis

  • Donald Trump Jr., the son of President Donald Trump, held a packed indoor campaign rally in Panama City Beach, Florida, on Thursday. 
  • Dozens of people in the audience were filmed standing shoulder to shoulder, with few wearing masks — going against public-health guidance on social distancing.
  • The rally took place a week after President Trump tested positive for the coronavirus. He is isolating at the White House but said he hopes to speak at a rally on Saturday.
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Donald Trump Jr. held a packed, indoor rally in Panama City Beach, Florida, on Thursday, with footage showing the crowd standing shoulder to shoulder, with few wearing masks.

The rally, which took place in a Holiday Inn hotel, came one week after President Donald Trump tested positive for the coronavirus.

The president spent three nights being treated at Walter Reed medical center, then returned to

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