Hudson Yards Grill feels like a more expensive, weirder version of a mall restaurant from the mid-’90s, and whether that’s intentional or not, we’re not quite sure. The menu is broad but not that interesting, ranging from pizza and burgers to some sushi bar options that feel like they got lost and wandered in after a day of shopping at Fendi, Coach, and the fancy scooter store. Plus, the dining room has no windows, so you don’t even benefit from a view.
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