Hudson Eats, 225 Liberty Street
We did our fair share of 225 Liberty Street this past weekend. We saw a few films at the Tribeca Film Festival and this food hall is quite convenient.
The ground floor is really well done. The residents and the people who work in the area must be cheering. Everything takes off on a French theme. There is a rotisserie. There is a cheese shop.
There is a flower shop. All named in French.
Charcuterie. There is also a butcher, a place to buy books and products even some cookware.
Upstairs is Hudson Eats. This generations food hall. The seating, large windows and total space is really well done. Airy and not tight. Sprinkle Cupcakes.
Blue Ribbon Sushi.
Here is the list of everything there.
After the second movie we came back and had dinner at Beaubourg. Don’t run. I didn’t even bother with pics. The menu attempts to be French. The food is sub-par and the presentations are even worse. Definitely not a place to return to. Although the food hall is a winner. You can walk outside with a few goodies, sit down on a picnic table and look out at the Hudson. A great addition to Battery Park City.