Pulsing and frenetic, New York wouldn't feel nearly as crowded without its millions of daily commuters who fill the streets and buildings with their hopes, dreams, and empty stomachs. A good meal isn't hard to come by in this town, but what does our metropolis provide for hungry travelers as they stagger to and from their destinations? As is so often the case in this city, it depends on location. It would be unfair to pit the dining options at New York's largest train stations against each other. The transients buzzing about Grand Central Station simply have it better than their Penn Station counterparts. Explore a block or two farther, however, and the fast-food shadow that haunts Penn Station... More >>>