BondSt Opens a New Location at Hudson Yards
After 25 years of enduring popularity in the NoHo neighborhood, BondSt, known for its interpretations of Japanese-inspired cuisine, celebrated its 25th anniversary by opening a new outpost at The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards.
For more than two decades, the restaurant has been not only a go-to destination for sushi, but a see-and be-seen location for NYC’s glitterati. Building on that tradition, the Hudson Yards location has quickly become a hotspot, and a place to sample some of the original BondSt’s classic dishes, with the reintroduction of cherished favorites, such as the Wagyu Beef Carpaccio and Soba Nomi Risotto with Shrimp and King Crab. An additional section of grilled entrees includes Japanese A-5 Kuroge Wagyu Rib Eye Steak and Tuna ‘Filet Mignon' Au Poivre.
BondSt Hudson Yards features a main dining room, an indoor/outdoor patio, a 14-seat bar, a lounge, two private dining rooms, and an open kitchen omakase bar seating 10. It can accommodate a total of 225 guests, and boasts an impressive 6,000 square ft, with sweeping views of the Vessel and Hudson River. The dining room is tastefully designed by famed interior architect Jeffrey Beers, featuring natural materials sourced from Canada.
When BondSt Hudson Yards made its splashy opening in September, owner Jonathan Morr said, “We are thrilled with the opportunity to open another BondSt location in New York City. The success of our downtown location has never been taken for granted. Many loyal and dedicated staff members work very hard every single day to make the magic happen, and I am very grateful to all past and present employees, who deserve full credit for this long lasting accomplishment.”
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