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« Reply #1 on: 09-19-2017, 01:37pm »
‘Hudson Hall’ Opens This Weekend in Jersey City
By Chris Fry
September 19, 2017

After a taxing renovation and a lengthy wait, Hudson Hall will be firing up their smokers for good this weekend, hosting their soft opening on September 23rd.

The restaurant, featuring a European-centered smokehouse concept, was revealed last year and extensively previewed by Jersey Digs back in August. Owner Peter Borovicka bought the building back in 2015, and it’s been a long journey to get to this weekend’s opening.

Renovations included gutting the property and digging out the entire 1,800-square feet of basement. Designer Jirka Kolar, who also worked on Williamsburg’s Radegast Hall and Asbury Park’s The Bonney Read, laid out his vision for an exceptional space that includes expansive metal work done by hand, unique signage, a subway-style tiled ceiling, and a distressed-looking main bar sporting zinc countertops.

Head Chef Dan Hoose, formerly of Dinosaur BBQ, says that in addition to smashed chicken, fermented veggies, and smoked fish dishes, Hudson Hall’s menu will also include French-inspired country pate, monkfish and some dessert items. The restaurant will offer in-house pickling and smoke their own cheeses, some of which take place in their open-style kitchen. Read more

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