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Hudson Malone, Doug Quinn's Tribute to Old NYC

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[All photos by Daniel Krieger]

Bartender Doug Quinn, formerly of P.J. Clarke's, soft opened his new Midtown East bar and restaurant Hudson Malone earlier this month. The tavern, named after Quinn's two sons, was designed to look like an old-timey saloon. A massive mahogany bar is the star of the room, while a classic jukebox, old pictures, and a chalkboard listing "Quinn's Laws" add some vintage charm. The upstairs space, which is slated to open in early 2014, will house a speakeasy-style cocktail bar with a secret entrance and an art-deco bar. Right now the bar is only serving cocktails, but plans to roll out food offerings later this month. When the menu goes live, it will "pay homage to some of the dishes of great restaurants" in New York. There will be burgers and a seafood minestrone soup, but the focus will be on the raw bar, complete with lobster tails and giant shrimp. Take a look around, and at the cocktail menu, below:

HM Drink Menu

Hudson Malone
218 East 53rd Street, Midtown East
Now Open

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Hudson Malone

218 East 53rd St, New York, NY