Breakfast Hot Spot High Street on Hudson Launches Dinner — Here’s a Look at the Food

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Grilled nebrodini mushrooms with wild rice, chestnuts, sunchokes, mustard, and apples.
Grilled nebrodini mushrooms with wild rice, chestnuts, sunchokes, mustard, and apples. Photo: Melissa Hom

By now you’re likely well aware of the glory of Philadelphia import High Street on Hudson’s sandwiches and pastries, but getting there during the daytime isn’t always easy. Fortunately, the restaurant launched dinner service this week — from 5:30 to 10:30 p.m. Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, and until 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays — with new dishes that creatively feature grains, a hallmark of the restaurant. The menu includes lamb tartare with malted rye, Long Island duck with soured oats and grains, sunflower-seed risotto, and baker Alex Bois’s famed anadama bread, served with smoked eel and spicy radishes. Take a look:

Vollkornbrot: charred rutabaga hummus, hot chermoula, black-sesame oil.
Vollkornbrot: charred rutabaga hummus, hot chermoula, black-sesame oil. Photo: Melissa Hom
Daily breads with housemade spreads, which might include charred eggplant tahini, celery-root purée with fermented mushroom powder, and apple butter.
Daily breads with housemade spreads, which might include charred eggplant tahini, celery-root purée with fermented mushroom powder, and apple butter. Photo: Melissa Hom
Sunflower-seed risotto with button mushrooms and Pecorino.
Sunflower-seed risotto with button mushrooms and Pecorino. Photo: Melissa Hom
Cauliflower caramelle with black garlic, buttermilk, and rosemary.
Cauliflower caramelle with black garlic, buttermilk, and rosemary. Photo: Melissa Hom
Happy Valley beef with crispy sweet potato, "Thai beef" salad, and broccoli jus.
Happy Valley beef with crispy sweet potato, "Thai beef" salad, and broccoli jus. Photo: Melissa Hom
Orange rye dessert, with candied kumquats, caraway-rye ice cream, and smoked malt.
Orange rye dessert, with candied kumquats, caraway-rye ice cream, and smoked malt. Photo: Melissa Hom
High Street on Hudson’s New Dinner Dishes