High Street on Hudson

By grace.g.yang ยท May 9, 2016
Under: American,Brunch,Cheap Eats,Desserts,Lunch,My Life,West Village

Ken and I went to the west village one weekend and decided to grab brunch at High Street on Hudson a new-ish restaurant that is originally from Philadelphia. They have a small bakery in the front of the restaurant that sells the breads the restaurant uses for their breakfast sandwiches. We didn’t make a reservation so put our names on the list and sat down by the bakery:

High street on Hudson

The wait wasn’t too bad because it was still early (the place was pretty packed by the time we left) and when we sat down, we came up with a game plan for our ordering (but ended up ordering too much because everything sounded good!)

Our table:

High street on Hudson

We had to order the three types of toast (which were all good), Ken ordered the meatpacker with the best old bay potatoes I’ve ever eaten, and I ordered the baked oatmeal with apple butter and granola.

My granola:

High street on Hudson

Ken’s potatoes were a side dish but I could’ve ordered another portion of it because it was so delicious – they must’ve been fried at least twice because they were so crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. They were also seasoned really well:

High street on Hudson

We also ordered a citrus donut:

High street on Hudson

I thought the donut would have the citrus cream all through the donut, but it was barely filled! I’d skip this if I came again, but otherwise, everything was awesome. They have some really delicious options for dinner so I’d like to come back and try them soon.

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