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The Campbell Apartment, a soaring, old-fashioned cocktail bar tucked away in an ornate corner of Grand Central Terminal, closed in July to the dismay of many commuters. It will reopen to the ...
The Campbell is tucked in the southwest corner of Grand Central Terminal and is divided into three principal areas that provide distinctive guest experiences: The Campbell Bar, The Campbell Palm Court, and The Campbell Terrace.
The Campbell (formerly The Campbell Apartment) is a bar and cocktail lounge in Grand Central Terminal in New York City. The space was once the office of American financier John W. Campbell, a member of the New York Central Railroad's board of directors.
The Campbell – located in Grand Central Terminal at 15 Vanderbilt Avenue, just off 43rd Street - is an iconic New York institution, thoughtfully restored to its original grandeur by Gerber Group.
One of this year’s most anticipated bar openings is the reopening of the Campbell Apartment, Grand Central Terminal‘s “hidden” cocktail spot. With a new name to boot, The Campbell Bar, now ...
Grand Central’s Campbell Apartment bar in NYC used to be a secret speakeasy that was hard to find but now after its 2017 renovations, the space boasts a new entrance and three separate bar experiences.
The lush, Jazz Age Campbell Apartment Bar at Grand Central Terminal opens its doors again Jun 21, 2017 Boban Docevski Once the office of a New York City millionaire, then a beautiful cocktail bar, the Campbell Apartment is open to the public.
Climb the stairs to the upper level of the Metro-North train hub at New York City’s Grand Central Station, and you’ll find one of the city’s truly hidden gems: The Campbell Apartment, a ...
Home to New York's Most Refreshingly Civilized Places To Meet. Hospitality Holdings is the group behind The Campbell Apartment, The World Bar, The Carnegie Club, Bookmarks, Madison & Vine, DAG'S Patio Café, The House, Lexington's, and The Falls Cafe.
Grand Central Terminal is located at 89 E. 42nd Street (at Park Avenue). Over 250,000 people commute through Grand Central every day on Metro-North trains, on the subway, and on New York City buses. Prepare for your upcoming travel with a little help from the MTA and Metro-North Railroad.