Today, I’d like to share with you a recent finding.
Sometimes I feel like I want to go with my wife to a new cool bar and we spend time trying to come up with an idea… Well, this time I think I had a great idea 🙂
Somebody told me about a cool, kind of hidden, bar inside Grand Central.
After some research on google, I found out there are actually different cool bars inside Grand Central! I opted to go to the one called “The Campbell Bar”.
It’s located on the south-west corner of Grand Central Terminal. Once you get there, you have to take the elevator in order to find it. So this will also give you the opportunity to explore for a few seconds Grand Central! I’m sure you will love it!
What shall you expect when you get there?
Paying homage to the legacy of John W. Campbell, a Jazz Age financier who converted the space to his private office and reception hall in 1923, The Campbell showcases many of the thirteenth century Florentine-inspired design intricacies that upheld its legendary allure, including soaring, 25-foot hand painted ceilings, a grand stone fireplace, Campbell’s personal steel safe, a century-old leaded glass window and original millwork.
So here are some photos and I video I took last night!
Last but not least, a brief video!
Before I let you go, key takeaway:
this is a fancy location, perhaps you won’t have hear the cheapest drink ever, but the experience is really worth it, the service is great, and in case you’re hungry you could also eat here!