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About Delaware and Hudson
For authentic, flavorful, Michelin-starred Mid-Atlantic fare, stop in to Delaware and Hudson, located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Chef Patti Jackson has a long-standing history with the region, as her great-grandfather worked for the Delaware and Hudson Railway, inspiring her to infuse her passion for great food and appreciation for the region's history into each dish she creates.
Delaware and Hudson features a tasting menu that changes weekly to ensure that only in-season, farm-fresh ingredients are used. The Tavern features an a la carte menu of regional favorites as well as items from the tasting menu. Delaware and Hudson also serves brunch every weekend, and lunch daily.
Brooklyn, NY 11249
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday-Friday 11 am - 4 pm
Dinner: Monday 12pm-9pm
Tuesday-Saturday 6 pm - 11 pm
Sunday 6 pm - 10 pm
Brunch: Saturday-Sunday 11 am - 4 pm
Tavern: Monday 12pm-9pm, Tuesday-Sunday, 11am - 11pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
L train to Bedford Avenue, first stop in Brooklyn and less than 10 minutes from Union Square in Manhattan
Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Delivery, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Delaware and Hudson Ratings and Reviews
Sat at the bar and service was very poor. Took a long time to get our club sodas and our meals. My friend ordered steak and eggs it was out by the time the bar tender took our order. Not her fault but we waited a very long time to have our order taken. I ordered the quiche, which was good but honestly the portion was pretty small and it came with 4 little potatoes and a few little leaves of lettuce. My friend was avoiding carbs so luckily I was able to eat his 4 little potatoes too! Wish the service had been better and the portions were slightly more generous. Not planning to be back.
I can only assume that there was a drastic change in personnel the night we were there, the experience was so shockingly different than every other professional and non-professional review. It took us over three hours to get the entree, each dish was bland and mediocre, the staff seemed to be doing their best but we often waited 30 minutes between dishes that were almost comically poor. I almost want to go back again just to reassure myself that this was a one-time issue, because I've never been more surprised at how my experience differed from almost every other review.
Place was constantly too cold because the had a single door and the outside temperature was approximately 25 degrees Fahrenheit. Food was mediocre in my opinion. It's the kind of place that millennial and group think people get together and talk about as being awesome but when you get there you realize it's all hype. I read plenty of articles talking about how great this place is. I figured it would be at least decent. However I had a terrible experience, and I brought 6 people with me to have the same terrible experience with me. Needless to say I would never go here again, I do not recommend this place, I do not understand why people say this place is any good.
I was curious about this restaurant because the chef is female and her restaurant is Michelin starred. Granted I went there for brunch so I don't think this review can be altogether comprehensive I would say the food was very good, the atmosphere was a bit rustic for my expectation and the service although courteous lacked a little in follow-up. I would have to return for dinner to see if it is worth its Michelin star.
We had an incredible dining experience. The food was phenomenal and our server delightful. We will return!! The tasting menu let's you try awide range of delicious appetizers. Unexpectedly we loved the oysters. The black bass was incredible. Everything had offered a symphony of flavors.
The food and vibe were great here. We had members of our group with some dietary restrictions which the restaurant was very gracious and accommodating for. The service was friendly and helpful but our server seemed quite inexperienced and did not have knowledge about the drink or food menu. His wine choices were not the most helpful. However, this did not ruin the meal or anything, though pickier diners might have been unhappy. The restaurant comped the drink which was made by mistake and was really very gracious throughout the meal.
The meal was very good, though I expected more from a Michelin starred restaurant. The food lacked in seasoning overall, but the dishes were inventive and well thought out. For $65/person, the value is absolutely outstanding. Food portions were smaller than I expected; I left content—neither full nor hungry. There were small mistakes throughout the dinner (seasoning, uneven searing of meat, forgetting coffee, inadequate mise, etc.) that added up and I question if they deserved a star.
Nonetheless, I would recommend this place.
I, DH and DS really enjoyed this place on a cold near-Christmas day. The decorations were great! We liked the parade of appetizers in particular. I liked the smoked trout best, but DH said the pretzel rolls were best and he had a point. We all had the pot roast and it was also very good. They had a tasty donut situation for desert and a plateful of chocolates for desert. Just a really beautiful, delicious occasion to celebrate our guest at Christmas!
The restaurant was lovely. I went for my boyfriend's birthday. Do not go if you have plans after because we were there for a total of four hours. Each course is about an hour. The food was delicious! I highly recommend the duck! It was fabulous.
I do wish that we had a candle for my boyfriend to blow out, but otherwise we had a great experience.
The drinks were also amazing.
Overall, I was not impressed. The prix fixe menu is interesting with several appetizers and a choice of main course. It's unclear how the "fusion" aspect of these courses was chosen, as it was neither flavor nor texture. There was a seemingly flagrant use of cabbage and slaw. The desserts were creatively less than authentic.
After dining, I was surprised to learn that this restaurant has a Michelin star. Really?
Lived in the neighborhood for almost 4 years and its one of my favorites. Such a great place, great ambience and really wonderful staff that I try to make it to once evey few months. Nice to see a lot of same faces and dishes. A few of the more popular items stick around from season to season, but always a lot of new and wonderful flavors to try. Highly recomend coming for dinner, but brunch or the sister restaurant right next door are also great options if you don’t have a coulple hours to spare or want a slightly more affordable option.
I went with my wife on a Friday night. She ordered the cod and I ordered the quail, both with the wine pairing menu. The wines were excellent.
The fixed price menu started with a half dozen appetizers. None were tasty enough to finish, except of the cauliflower soup.
The first glass of wine came mid-way thru the appetizer course which is way, way late in our book. I actually had to flag down a waiter to get them to bring the wine.
The 2nd course, a buckwheat pasta was enjoyable.
The main courses were well prepared but, the wild rice that came with the quail was very sweet.
The desserts were on the very sweet side but good.
Amazing! We really enjoyed everything that was brought out to us. We were able to have a taste of each of the appetizers, each one somehow more delicious than the last. We had 4 entrees to choose from, each one unique and creative, and beautifully presented. The dessert was to die for! Our server was so pleasant and attentive, and you could tell he was so proud of the food he was serving us. We were seated immediately and offered a nice beverage selection as well. I highly reccomend this place to anyone wanting a delicious, once in a lifetime meal.
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