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West Village Is Getting a Restaurant from Popular Shelter Island Chefs

Harwood on Hudson comes from the owners behind Vine Street Cafe

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The West Village will soon be home to a restaurant from a pedigreed and popular Shelter Island chef-restaurateur duo.

Husband-wife owners Terry Harwood and Lisa Murphy Harwood — who helm longtime Shelter Island restaurant Vine Street Cafe and East Hampton dining spot Cove Hollow Tavern — have taken the space at 430 Hudson St., between Morton and Leroy streets, which once housed Michelin-starred Piora. They plan to open Harwood on Hudson this spring.

The new 75-seat restaurant, will be decorated with leather banquettes, barn wood floors, antique brass lanterns, and marble in the bar and cafe areas. It will focus on American fare, including Sugo Nero with sepia spaghetti, Peconic escargot and pine nut gremolata; and pastrami-spiced pork ribs.

Together, the Harwoods have done stints all around New York and beyond. Terry worked in the kitchens of Paul Bartolotta, Charlie Trotter, and Traci Des Jardins before joining Union Square Cafe and then overseeing the restaurants in all of Andre Balazs’ hotels. Lisa acts as executive pastry chef at Vine Street and was the former assistant pastry chef at Union Square.

Harwood on Hudson is slated to open in May.

Harwood on Hudson

430 Hudson St., New York, NY 10014

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