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Couple enjoys private Valentine's dinner in empty Grand Central Terminal

Posted at 6:32 PM, Feb 14, 2020

One lucky couple who won a raffle enjoyed a private Valentine's Day meal in an unusually empty Grand Central Terminal early Friday.

The couple was randomly selected from 16,000 entries to a raffle sponsored by Grand Central retail management company Jones Lang LaSalle.

The pair enjoyed a romantic, private dinner from a Michelin-rated restaurant on the main floor of Grand Central while being serenaded by a grand pianist.

The only catch was they had to get up pretty early, as the "dinner" began at 2:30 a.m. Friday.

This article was written by Mark Sundstrom for WPIX .