“What is this place?” I wondered as I wandered by. Not having to be anywhere at any time, I checked it out.
Ah, it’s one of those places that takes a big space and then makes smaller spaces available to small businesses. These seem to be a very 80s concept to me.
I enjoyed looking at the different businesses and stopped in the restaurant to have a sandwich before heading home.
There was a deli counter and also a bar. I was offered a free Keno play, which I took. It was not a winner. (Surprise!)
My egg salad sandwich and water.
I stopped in the bathroom on the way out and was interested to see this random room of antiques in the hallway near the bathrooms. There wasn’t a sign telling me what it was and there wasn’t a person to ask.
2 thoughts on “42nd Street Station”
Always fun to explore a new place. I love those little spots with fun nooks and crannies.
Interesting. In a way, it’s sort of like an indoor strip mall. But very funky, Portland style, natch.