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Madison Square Garden - pre game dinner options?

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I have a club level seat to a Knicks game so I can get into the Garden's Bar & Grill two hours prior to the game. Would that be a good choice or should I eat 'off site'? I know the Grill is probably expensive, but would it add to the 'experience' since I've never been to the Garden before - this is sort of a bucket list thing.

And it doesn't need to be gourmet in any way since I'll be having a very nice dinner and a special lunch other days.

Oh - and what about a good lunch spot the day I'm taking the Staten Island ferry and visiting the World Trade Center site?

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