OK, so Grand Central Terminal might not be the place that your mind jumps to when thinking of the perfect place to have a beer dinner (the commuters there are usually more focused on getting their tall boy of Bud and getting their butts on the train). Don’t jump to conclusions too quickly though, as the train station actually has a couple things going on for it in the suds department. Brooklyn favorite Beer Table just opened a new shop in the terminal that sells growlers of some pretty tasty craft beers. There’s also Michael Jordan’s The Steak House, which has served more than its share of suds to thirsty commuters who have some time to kill before their trains.
On November 9, the two will pair up for an evening dubbed Old World, New Traditions with Steakhouse Beers. Beer Table’s Justin Philips will pour a choice selection of craft beers, while chef Ted Pryor will cook up a menu of items like wiesswurst sausage and prime-aged filet on the bone. To get more info on the dinner (which is $80 per person and starts at 6:30 PM) and reservations, check out Grand Central’s Facebook page.