107 Year Old Oyster Bar Restaurant At Grand Central CLOSES

Slow business caused by the coronavirus pandemic is forcing the historic Grand Central Oyster Bar to close less than two weeks after it reopened for the first time in months, the restaurant announced Monday.

The 107-year-old seafood eatery inside Grand Central Terminal opened back up for business on Sept. 30 — after nearly seven months in shutdown — for takeout, delivery and indoor dining at 25% capacity.

“We relished the opportunity to be of service again, and fill your hearts, and ours, with joy and do what we do best; offer an amazing experience to our beloved New Yorkers and to our friends from all over the world,” the restaurant wrote on its website.

“Today, however, we must, temporarily, close again due to the lack of traffic and business implicitly caused by the Covid-19 pandemic,” the statement added.