Hudson Yards

Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group today announced the latest chefs and restaurateurs that will be  a part of a collection of approximately 25  restaurant and food  concepts at Hudson Yards, Manhattan’s newest neighbourhood spanning 28  acres on the city’s West Side. Opening in late 2018, diners will enjoy  signature restaurants including Chef Thomas Keller’s classic American restaurant, a new concept from David Chang’s Momofuku, Chef Costas Spiliadis’ Greek seafood restaurant Estiatorio Milos, a modern brasserie concept from  D&D London, and an American Grill concept from Chef Michael Lomonaco. And  in partnership with Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group, José Andrés’ ThinkFoodGroup will debut a unique new Spanish concept, representing a long-awaited creative collaboration between Andrés and brothers Ferran and Albert Adrià.  This 35,000-square-foot gathering place, celebrating all things España, marks the Adriàs’ first U.S. endeavor and creates an  incomparable culinary trifecta that will ensure this destination is like no other.

In 2019, the first U.S. restaurant from Juan Santa Cruz’ Santa Cruz Co.  will join the collection and anchor 35  Hudson Yards, home to residences and the inaugural Equinox® Hotel. Additional eateries will be  unveiled throughout the coming year.

The  Hudson Yards restaurant collection will be  housed primarily in the 1 million  sq. ft. Shops & Restaurants, anchored by Neiman Marcus and designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects. Andrés’ Spanish concept will anchor 10  Hudson Yards just under the High  Line.

Additional restaurants are planned for 35  Hudson Yards and 50  Hudson Yards, and other cafés and fast-casual offerings will be  located at 55  Hudson Yards, 50  Hudson Yards, 10 Hudson Yards and the pavilion in the Public Square and Gardens. The  collection will include signature restaurants designed by world-class architects and designers, as well as eateries and best-in-class quick service locations including Bouchon Bakery and Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee. These concepts will range in size  from 350 sq. ft. to 16,000 sq. ft., and offer  a variety of cuisines and experiences morning to night throughout the new neighborhood. Several of the restaurants will offer  outdoor dining. Co-curated by Chef Keller  and Related Urban President and CEO and restaurateur Kenneth A. Himmel, the full collection will establish Hudson Yards as a global culinary destination.


“Exceptional dining experiences are extremely important in curating not only the restaurant collection, but the new neighborhood we are creating, and we are thrilled with the calibre of chefs and restaurateurs that will be  coming to Hudson Yards. These chefs and restaurateurs represent the most creative and visionary leaders both in this industry and around the world,” said Kenneth A. Himmel, restaurateur and President of Related Urban, the mixed-use division of Related Companies. “Our approach went well beyond just selecting the best chefs and restaurateurs, we wanted to ensure we offered a diverse array of global cuisine and experiences that catered to our  residents, employees and visitors’ lifestyles. Everything from your morning coffee and pastry to weekend brunch, happy hour and late-night dining will be  available at Hudson Yards – all offering unique experiences. Hudson Yards is sure to become Manhattan’s newest and most unique culinary destination.”


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