The Campbell Bar

Once the private office of railroad exec John Williams Campbell, The Campbell Bar is a grand old bar befitting its location. For years, it was known as The Campbell Apartment, tucked away in a second-floor corner of Grand Central Terminal. After a brief closure and ownership change, it has reopened in all its former glory, complete with the hand-painted ceiling, stone fireplace, and enormous leaded glass window. The tree-flanked entrance is now home to a second, small bar called the Campbell Palm Court and a taxi stand outside has become the Campbell Terrace, but for all that's changed, you'll still find Paris DuRante behind the counter, a holdover from the bar's more obscure days who's as adept at conversation as he is at mixing up a Negroni, Old Fashioned, or Manhattan.

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