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The Great Dane does it again: Great Northern Food Hall in NYC - S I L V E R   S T O R I E S
(pic from timeout.com) ENGLISH (danish beneath) He is a food hero, he is the co-founder of one of the world’s best restaurant Noma amongst many, he is Danish, and now he is also in NYC, where he has brought a whole food mecca to the city. More precisely, I am talking about Claus Meyer who has recently left Copenhagen, Denmark to reside in NYC. In the end of June 2016 he opened the doors to his food market and restaurant inside the iconic Grand Central Station in Manhattan. As a Dane (some say we Danes tend to be rather patriotic) I naturally went to see what Meyer had managed to perform this time, and that was a lot: a food hall with five pavilions serving different things: a bakery serving coffee, Meyer’s classic bread and cinnamon buns, a bar, a grain station serving granola and porridge, an open rye station (serving the iconic Danish smørrebrød) and a deli serving meats and cheese, smoothies and salads. We had a home made apple juice and two open rye sandwiches – one with salmon and fennel and another one with chicken liver paté with rhubarbs. The whole vibe and look of the Great…