The new Hudson Yards development is finally open to the public. The Vessel which is arguably the main attraction is sold out for the next few weeks and people are starting to flock to the Hudson Yards mall. Inside you can find numerous shops as well as restaurants at Hudson Yards. The mall is supposed to be an experience.
In this article, we’ll provide you the numerous food options you can find and enjoy at Hudson Yards.
Big Name Chefs find Their New Home
With the stores coming from a luxury standpoint, it only makes sense to fill the mall with restaurants at Hudson Yards from respected chefs as well. Most of the food establishments can be pretty expensive. Big names such as David Chang and Thomas Keller have food establishments here. Chef Chang has Momofuku and his full-service restaurant Kāwi. Thomas Keller has his famous Bouchon Bakery and his full-service establishment, TAK Room. So what restaurants are there available at Hudson Yards Mall?
Opened by Chef Costas Spiliadis, it’s considered one of the most recognized Mediterranean seafood restaurants in the world.
Hudson Yards Grill
This restaurant features your American cuisine classics and has a variety of wine on their list.
We were able to experience this restaurant when we visited the Hudson Yards mall. Please see our review of the restaurant here.
The Zodiac Room at Neiman Marcus
Take a break from your shopping and pass by Neiman Marcus’ own eatery. Here you’ll find their classics such as popovers and sandwiches.
This restaurant/lounge has a great vibe and is filled with energy.
Meat lovers will love the Belcampo. According to the owner’s statement, the best meat in the area is prepared here. They particularly rely on burgers and a great selection for lunch for the adjoining office building.
Kāwi is a new restaurant inside Hudson Yards. The restaurant has a great atmosphere where you can experience Eunjo Park from Korea. Founded by Chef David Chang, who is also the owner of Fuku, this restaurant is definitely something you should check out.
World-famous chef and restaurateur Thomas Keller, who also owns The French Laundry, Ad Hoc’s Per Se, Bouchon Bistro and Bouchon Bakery, has set himself the task of traditional American dining at Hudson Yards with the luxurious TAK Room.
Bar Stanley at Neiman Marcus
On the 6th floor, inside the luxury department store, Neiman Marcus is Stanley Bar. Bar snacks, select wines, and top-shelf drinks are served to guests here.
Coffee Shops and Bakeries at the Shops at Hudson Yards
Of course, there are plenty of coffee shops at Hudson Yards. You will find a whole series of bakeries, ice cream shops, and candy stores, which should not be missed.
Kith Treats at Snark Park
Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee
William Greenberg dessert
Blue Bottle Coffee
Dylan’s Candy Bar
What are the Fast Food Options at Hudson Yards Mall?
Even though a lot of the restaurants at Hudson Yards aren’t exactly the most pocket-friendly places to eat at, Hudson Yards mall does a great job of bringing your New York City classics to the public. There are fast food options as well. Even though fast food has a stigma of not being healthy, the food industry has done a great job being aware of that. Here are some of these casual food spots:
We don’t really need to say much here. Shake Shack is considered one of the best burger spots in all of NYC.
Another popular food establishment in NYC. Sweetgreen serves amazing salads and sandwiches with ingredients being delivered every morning to ensure quality products.
It’s a family-owned gourmet market that sells quality products. There’s also a hot buffet and a seating area to grab a quick bite.
There are many more options within the mall and these are just some of them.
New York is known for many things and one of them is fried chicken. There is probably no better place in town than Fuku. So if you’re a fan of fried chicken, you’ll love Fuku at Hudson Yards mall.
Hudson Yards Food Hall
Even though the Hudson Yards mall is filled with a roster of well-known chefs, arguably the biggest talk in town is the Hudson Yards Food Hall, Mercado Little Spain. Chef José Andrés decided to basically create a Spanish version of Eataly. Also, what’s amazing about this is that he’s opening up multiple eateries in NYC. It’s the epitome of the “go-big or go-home” mentality.
If you happen to check out the food scene in Hudson Yards, let us know what you think in the comment section below!