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Take A Peek at the Menu for Hudson House, Lovers Lane’s Nostalgic Neighborhood Eatery

East Coast oysters, seafood towers, and chicken parmesan await

Belly up to the bar at Hudson House
Kelsey Foster
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After making East Hampton Sandwich Company a household name in Dallas, restaurateur Hunter Pond’s newest venture Hudson House has officially made its debut in the Park Cities.

The restaurant kicked open the doors this week at 4448 Lovers Lane, bringing a combined focus on old-school dishes (think clams casino and chicken parmesan) along with East Coast seafood to the neighborhood. According to Pond, Hudson House’s design was inspired by the “neighborhood joints of the West Village in New York City.” A raw bar is a prominent fixture of the restaurant, serving freshly-shucked bivalves, crab, tuna tartare, and shrimp.

The oyster bar is connected to a cocktail bar, which will serve up three different types of oyster shooters, the self-proclaimed “world’s coldest martinis,” and a tight list of beer and wines. Even more classic cocktails keep up the vintage theme, with offerings like margaritas, palomas, and a Moscow mule.

Hudson House is now open seven days a week for happy hour and dinner, starting at 4 p.m. Before checking out the Park Cities’ newest eatery, scope out the menu below.