High ceilings, huge windows, and plenty of seating. Great for families, groups, and also solitary diners.
Jersey City/Hudson water views from our table.
Black Seed Bagels, where the hugely popular wood-fired bagels are sold.
Num Pang sandwich shop. I need to download their rewards app because this will undoubtedly become a frequent dining stop for me.
Their signature Pulled Duroc Pork with spiced honey sandwich.
A sort of gourmet version of a banh mi sandwich. Smaller and more expensive, but also good enough to justify the $8.50 price tag. The soft and fatty pork belly, the slices of apple, the abundance of shredded carrots, and so much good sauce. Yum.
Mighty Quinn's, aka the best barbecue in NYC.
The melt-in-your-mouth brisket and pulled pork.
Tartinery had a big display of pastries and appealing breakfast options. Definitely planning to try this out sometime.
Here is the full list of the eateries (not all are opened yet).
If only Los Tacos No. 1 opened a branch at Hudson Eats, then I really would have no reason to ever leave the financial district on weekends.
Brookfield Place, 2nd Floor
225 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10281
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