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Because you can, at Grand Central's newest eating venue, find a teriyaki beef bento box on the menu, with contents described in English, Japanese, and Spanish. Yes, Spanish.

We're not vouching for the quality. We tried the ramen breakfast special, and must say that it is only so-so. For the uninitiated, Grand Central Market is about cheap plate lunches and really, really cheap produce. But seriously, people--how else would you know that crispy shrimp sushi is rollos de camaron crujiente?