New York Transit Museum x Sushi Roxx
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It doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned New Yorker or if you’ve just arrived in the city that never sleeps—Grand Central never fails to take our breath away. This world-famous landmark is not simply a busy hub for the over 750,000 commuters that pass through it each day; it’s also a microcosm of the vibrant culture, shopping, and dining scenes that have come to make up New York. Tonight, make Grand Central your destination and visit the New York Transit Museum Annex. Step into the romantic history of this majestic icon and learn about the evolution of New York’s transit, which connects us all.
Step back into the present and head to Sushi Roxx for the high energy and electricity that characterize the New York City of today. This isn’t your average sushi joint—yes, the fish is fresh; yes, you can order your favorite volcano rolls and shrimp tempura rolls; and yes, your servers are also dancers (and yes, you read that correctly). If you’ve always felt that your zen neighborhood sushi spot has been missing something, but you couldn’t quite put your finger on it, well, Sushi Roxx has found it. With flashing lights, dance routines, and servers who serenade you as you eat, it’s safe to say there’s nothing average or zen about this establishment. Go ahead and give it a whirl—this might just be the answer to your Sunday scaries.
New York Transit Museum
89 East 42nd Street, Manhattan
120 East 39th Street, Manhattan