Kathy Tran

The new menu is available beginning the weekend of February 2 and 3.

Hudson House Debuts New Brunch Menu

Hudson House debuts a new weekend brunch menu with a heavy dose of New York influence.

The East Coast inspired neighborhood restaurant reveals “A West Village Brunch” taking center stage on the new menu. From house-made cream cheese, meticulously sourced bagels from a local bakery, to thin, hand-cut slices of premium quality fresh fish, Executive Chef Grant Jones says, “ We are excited to implement the new menu at both locations and feel it’s a uniquely fun addition to the brunch scene in town.”

The Hudson Tower, possibly the most impressive item on the brunch menu, is a beautifully displayed three-tiered tower that embraces a traditional offering: bagels and lox. Selections include plain, gluten free, sesame and everything bagels; customary add-ons such as cream cheese, tomato, cucumber, onion and capers; proteins to choose from include Gravlax, Cold Smoked Lox, Smoked Whitefish, Smoked Trout or Lobster. Guests can add Trout Roe to any selection for an additional charge. The tower serves 4–6 people.

Chef Grant also takes classic American dishes but adds his own spin: Velvet Chicken & Waffles—red velvet Belgian waffle, honey butter, maple syrup and double fried chicken. Pastrami & Eggs—crispy wagyu pastrami topped with whole egg frittata, deli mustard, rye toast and crispy shallots; Lemon Pancakes—lemon ricotta cream, powdered sugar, cream cheese glaze, blueberries and whipped cream.

Hudson House’s cocktail program proves time and time again to be a guest favorite. Offerings include: THE Royal Bloody—Tito’s, house-made mix, bleu cheese stuffed olives, shrimp cocktail, shucked oyster, chili rim; Mom’s Cure—vodka, orange juice, ginger beer; Dad’s Cure—Codigo Blanco, lime juice, prosecco and more

The new menu is available beginning the weekend of February 2 and 3. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m.—3 p.m.

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