Summer Travel Dining Guide: Where to Eat At or Near NYC’s Top Transit Hubs

Since you probably wont get this kind of treatment on your plane ride, you better eat up before you leave New York.

  • Since you probably won’t get this kind of treatment on your plane ride, you better eat up before you leave New York.

If you happen to be lucky enough to flee the borough for an actual vacation this summer, you’re still destined to spend at least a few hours in the bowels of NYC’s dismal transportation centers. And unless your idea of good eats runs to fast food fried rice at Penn Station and $3 in-flight bags of M&M’s on United Airlines, you’ll need help navigating these discouraging foodie wastelands. That’s why we’ve rounded up the precious few bright spots (a few even have ties to Brooklyn!) so you’re properly fortified when that stranger sleep-drools on your shoulder while aboard the Greyhound bus.