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.