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I'm in the City for a business meeting next week. The meeting will end at 4:30ish and I have to catch a train out of Penn Station at 7. The meeting is at Broadway and 37th, so just a couple of blocks from Penn Station. I'd like to get something good to eat before I board the train. Some of the previous threads on Penn Station area tips have left me thinking that this task might be more difficult than I expected. Thoughts? Thanks.

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  1. Sit at the bar in the pub room at Keen's.

    Tipsy

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    1. re: TipsyMcStagger

      Keens is a good suggestion. It's on 36th, b/t 5th & 6th (closer to 6th). I've never noticed a bar in the Pub Room, but there is a separate bar room.

      http://www.keens.com

      1. re: RGR

        The perfect suggestion - Keen's.

        1. re: idia

          Thanks for the info.

    2. If you like Korean food, go to Han Bat, on 35 St. just east of Broadway. I recommend the Hyaemul Dolsot Bibimbap. They give you a nice banchan (free side dishes - in this case, 6 of them, and you can ask for more if you finish any of them).You'll be out of there in an hour, easily, with a full belly and a smile on your face. And the amazing thing is, it will cost you about $13 plus tip!

      1. SEVEN on 7th Ave, just a couple blocks up from the station.

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        1. re: Spiritchaser

          What style of place is SEVEN?

          1. re: Pan

            This may help: http://www.sevenbarandgrill.com

            1. re: RGR

              Thanks, RGR. I guess that's an eclectic menu.

              1. re: Pan

                Pan, I'd put it in the "New American" category.