New Yorkers don’t often notice what Philly has to offer, (beside Rocky) but this Philadelphia spin-off is a true champ. The sticky-toffee pudding finished ‘Coffee Almond Date’ cake is superb while the Seaweed Bucatini at dinner has the NYC critics converting.
High Street on Hudson is an all-day neighborhood cafe and restaurant. Go on in early to grab a pastrami & hash or their bodega sandwich or maybe one of their fresh baked pastries along with a cup of Rival Brothers coffee.
For lunch try one of their sandwiches on house-made bread, a refreshing roasted broccoli salad, chef salad or their best grilled cheese ever. Sit down in the cafe or take your lunch to go.
In the evening, leave it to them if you don’t feel like deciding, or choose from their menu of shared plates and pastas, accompanied by an eclectic list of wine from neighbors near and far, creative cocktails and unique local beers.
High street on hudson is located in west village/meatpacking district right off the highline and around the corner from The Whitney.