A new BYOB eatery dubbed East Hudson Café has officially launched inside one of Jersey City’s most prominent office buildings.
The latest restaurant to hit the Exchange Place neighborhood has joined Bluestone Lane on the street level of the Goldman Sachs building at 30 Hudson Street. The space was formerly occupied by Yaso Tangbao, who opened amid the COVID-19 pandemic and closed down last year despite a valiant effort pivoting to delivery.
East Hudson Café boasts of their focus on Japanese cuisine, specifically their signature ramen dishes. Soba and Udon dishes also grace the menu at the restaurant, who promise the “exquisite taste of Japan” with the finest view.
“Who doesn’t want to eat with the view of the World Trade Center and the Statue of Liberty?” the restaurant’s bio asks.
East Hudson Café is currently offering a Groupon deal and has an Instagram account at the handle @easthudsoncafe where they have teased a variety of their dishes. The restaurant is currently open for sit-down dining from 11:30am to 9:30pm every day except for Wednesdays.
East Hudson Cafe is situated along a block that is set to welcome lots of new residents over the next few years. Real estate giants Goldman Sachs and Tishman Speyer won approvals last fall to bring a pair of high-rises to properties directly across from 30 Hudson Street, a redevelopment effort that will add almost 2,000 units, new retail storefronts, and an expansion of public spaces to the streetscape.