Hudson House, a Dallas eatery known for its icy cold martinis and a seriously solid cheeseburger, is plotting an expansion to Houston.
Permit applications filed with the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts indicates that Hudson House will expand to Houston, and a representative for the chain has confirmed those plans for growth to Eater. The rep didn’t provide much in the way of details, but the permit application indicates that Hudson House will open somewhere in River Oaks, likely before the end of 2021.
The restaurant is a project of restaurateur Hunter Pond’s Vandelay Hospitality, who brought his fast-casual sandwich chain East Hampton Sandwich Company to Houston in 2018. The first location, opened in Montrose, has since closed, but the River Oaks outpost continues to operate. Based in Dallas, Hudson House currently operates three outposts in the city, where it’s earned raves for its upscale-but-casual vibe, strong selection of briny East Coast oysters, and a killer happy hour that involves expertly mixed $5 martinis.
Elsewhere on the menu, diners can look forward to honey-grilled chicken sandwiches, lobster rolls, and hearty entrees like chicken parmesan and salmon grilled over a maple plank. Hudson House is also a popular brunch destination in Dallas, thanks to its red velvet chicken and waffles, avocado toast, and eggs Benedict loaded down with lobster.
Stay tuned for more details on when — and where — Hudson House will make its debut in Houston.
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