The Pennsy

Row 1

2 Pennsylvania Plaza
New York, NY 10121
(917) 475-1830
Food Court
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Steak, meatball, and special roast pork sandwiches were top notch. Love how lafrieda keeps rotating specials. Will keep coming back.
  • Walk into the Pennsy and Bam! Youre right in the middle of the action. With 5 fantastic joints, all with some chef firepower behind them, foodies will love the selection in the heart of midtown.
  • This place is a great food hall - smaller selection than the other ones that have sprouted up in midtown but higher quality & well designed seating. Great for lunch or before a Rangers game
  • Get a donut from the Cinnamon Snail!
  • Little beet = bland. Stingy on toppings and sauce. La Frieda is the way to go. Steak au jus was life changing. Had thick filet caliber meat in it served a perfect medium.
  • Ive tried two stands: Little Beet and Cinnamon Snail for delicious vegetarian options!
  • Much needed food hall at Penn Station. Stop in before a game to grab some food and a few drinks.
  • Cinnamon snail desserts best to share, sooo rich
  • From Pat LaFrieda to the Cinnamon Snail, this place is an all around crowd pleaser.
  • Nice relaxing area to sit
  • Pat LaFrieda's is good. Beats anything you can find downstairs.
  • Great drinks, fast service and excellent location.
  • Waiting a half hour or so for your train down in Penn Station? You're in luck. Come up to street level and get a beer with your fresh air.
  • Get delicious vegan sandwiches and doughnuts from The Cinnamon Snail.
  • Better than you'd expect from a place housed in MSG
  • Great area to get a beer and wait for your train.
  • Grab lunch and luxuriate on the patio in the pedestrian zone. It's ideally situated for a short layover in Penn Station.
  • The bar in the back is kind of a sh*tshow
  • Variety of food to choose from in the food court. Seafood options are great. Try the braised short rib Mac and cheese
  • This is a great spot for lunch or a late afternoon snack, but the lines are always long everywhere except by Lobster Press; it's a good thing that I love lobster rolls.