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High Street on Hudson is Now Open with Bialys and Sandwiches

It's open for breakfast and lunch.

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High Street on Hudson's takeout counter
High Street on Hudson's takeout counter
High Street on Hudson

High Street on Hudson is finally selling its acclaimed baked goods and sandwiches in the West Village. The hot Philadelphia import launched on Monday at 637 Hudson St with breakfast, lunch, and a takeout counter packed with even more pastries and breads than in Philadelphia. The team, including restaurateur Ellen Yin, chef Eli Kulp, culinary director Jon Nodler, baker Alex Bois, and pastry chef Sam Kincaid, added a New York flair to the restaurant — including in new menu items. A new sandwich at breakfast is a twist on a bodega sandwich, with malted sausage, egg, and aged cheddar on a sage-black pepper biscuit. For those who have never been to High Street, items that made the restaurant famous will also be offered, such as the black bialy and the red eye danish.

The restaurant is currently open from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Dinner service will launch next year. Mike Chau of Instagram Food Baby has already stopped by for breakfast and says it's "even better than the original." Check out the opening menu below, or click here for background on the New York location of restaurant. Drop us a line if you visit to let us know what you think.

High Street on Hudson

637 Hudson Street, Manhattan, NY 10014 (917) 388-3944 Visit Website

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