The team responsible for the beloved midtown neighborhood joint, Cypress Street Pint and Plate, have opened a pop-up restaurant in Atlantic Station. Taking over the space formerly occupied by The Grape, Hudson North is a tavern focusing on a locally-sourced menu and craft beers.
The interior of Hudson North was designed by local heavyweights ai3, aiming to evoke the shipyard haunts near the Hudson River that co-owner Billy Streck once frequented. Recently relocated from Washington D.C., executive chef B.H. Hibbs has put together a menu of bar snacks, raw seafood, and local meats alongside a page-long list of craft brewed beers.
You can check out the full menu on Hudson North’s Facebook page. The pop-up restaurant will run only through Decemeber 31. No word yet on what will happen to the space after that date. Indulge in a few rather attractive photos of the food below.
Scallop crudo, watercress, lemon, dill, fennel, blood orange
Figs with amber ale glaze, bacon, almonds, chile, parsley
Photos via Hudson North’s Facebook page