Drinks with Style and Character at Hudson Common
By virtue of its garden center, suites with views, and modern-day bar, Hudson is a social destination. Hudson Common is an oversized locale within the Hudson, offering a garden escape from the bustling city. Specialty cocktails, burgers, and local brews are served in this indoor patio setting.
The Hudson’s historic roots trace back to Anne Tracy Morgan (July 25, 1873 – January 29, 1952), daughter of banker John Pierpont "J. P." Morgan. Anne originally opened the building as the American Women's Association clubhouse and home. Over time the clubhouse was converted to a hotel with expansive social areas, a glass floor, a club, and restaurants.
There are numerous dining options in New York City, such as the Hudson Common. Each of the boroughs, from Manhattan to Brooklyn, Queens to The Bronx, and Staten Island has a multitude of restaurants for good eats. Here is where my expert knowledge of cooking, restaurants, and trusted expertise comes in handy. Many readers rely on Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven as a source for how-to and where-to regarding cookery, culture, and community. Book at suite at the Hudson and/or enjoy dinner and drinks at Hudson Common.
“Hudson Common is modern-day beer hall and burger joint featuring a wide selection of local craft beers, inventive preparations of classic American fare, and soda shop-inspired specialty cocktails. The menu focuses on classic ‘Common’ and unconventional ‘Uncommon’ interpretations of burgers, sandwiches and fries, prepared with market fresh ingredients. Guests can enjoy a American breakfast buffet offered daily in Hudson Common.”
1. Hudson Common at the Hudson is located at 358 West 58th Street, New York, New York 10019. The hotel and bar is located in midtown, close to Central Park, Columbus Circle, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and theaters. This boutique hotel and bar is easily accessible by taxi, car service, and the subway.
2. Peak times occur on weekends and during special events at the hotel. Arrive early to secure a large table near one of the fireplaces. Or reserve a table.
3. Eats and drinks are available at the Hudson Common and Private Park. Sky Terrace, Library Bar, and Hudson Bar are the spots for drinks, lounging, and mingling. At Hudson Common order a refreshing vodka (Ketel One) soda with a lime wedge, a Manhattan (whiskey, sweet vermouth, and bitters with Luxardo Maraschino Cherries), or test out one of the tasty local beers on tap from Brooklyn, Long Island, the Hudson Valley, Southampton, and Pennsylvania.
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