NEW YORK Port Authority Bus Terminal, one of the city’s most highly trafficked but notorious spots, has long been considered a culinary wasteland. But that may start to change as restaurateurs see opportunity in the area’s improvement, just as the cleanup of nearby Times Square eventually turned that once-seedy landmark into a restaurant destination of sorts. The first major project to stake out turf in the Big Apple’s major bus center is Metro Marché, a full-service French bistro ...

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