The impact of the drop in tourism is blatantly obvious in New York City’s Times Square on Broadway. FOX Business’ Kristina Partsinevelos with more.
The Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant closed 13 days after it reopened from its months-long initial shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
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63% OF NEW YORK RESTAURANTS COULD CLOSE OVER CORONAVIRUS LOSSES: REPORT
The historic 107-year-old eatery housed inside Grand Central Terminal announced the closure on its website Monday, stating it had reopened on Sept. 30 for takeout, delivery and indoor dining at the city’s approved 25% capacity.