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Century Grand

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Picking a spot inside the Century Grand building is like deciding on your Mario Kart player - you can’t go wrong but everyone has a favorite. There’s a bar called Century Grand with an extensive cocktail and wine list, and dim sum-style carts that bring around throwback dishes like fried oyster Rockefeller and steak tartare with a cured egg yolk. There’s Platform 18, a cocktail bar that’s also a 90-minute train simulation. And there’s the Grey Hen, a bottle shop and whiskey bar with rare spirits. Regardless of where you end up, you’ll spend some money - nowhere this cool is cheap - but you’ll have found a new favorite drink or dish.

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