While eating the pies and baked goods from this Grand Central Market stall, you might find yourself getting hit with a wave of déjà vu. Maybe that’s because you’ve eaten them in a parallel universe, but most likely it’s because you’ve had the food at Fiona - the now-closed Fairfax restaurant that was run by the chef behind Fat & Flour, Nicole Rucker. She’s brought those signature pies back, and is offering them in flavors like rhubarb cherry and Key lime topped with whipped cream, as well as a variety of brownies, chocolate chip cookies, and pure, raw cookie dough.
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Figuring out what to eat at Grand Central Market can be overwhelming, but this guide will help you narrow things down.
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