Officials said the restaurant is closing due to the lack of business caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Outdoor dining was out of the question in the basement of Grand Central, but for months they loaded up on the supplies they needed — from contactless pay systems to a lot of sanitizer.
The 107-year-old restaurant had just reopened to 25% capacity for indoor dining and take-out on Sept. 30 after a nearly seven-month shutdown.
Executive Chef Sandy Ingber spoke to Eyewitness News before they reopened to the public for the first time.
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“It’s a shot in the dark, but we’re willing to take the chance,” Ingber said in September. “We’ve