1,500-Square-Foot, Waterfront Bar to become Delray Beach’s only East Coast Bar with a Sunset Waterfront View
Delray’s social, chic waterfront eatery, Hudson Delray Beach, is soon to debut an exciting new, one-of-a-kind outside sunset water view bar for guests to enjoy. Estimated to open this summer, construction on the 1,500-square-foot bar has begun and a name and identity will soon be revealed.
As part of their upcoming expansion, Hudson will be hosting open castings Monday, July 13th through Friday, July 17th, from 2:00pm to 5:00pm, or by appointment. The restaurant seeks to hire for multiple positions and is recruiting staff for all FOH and BOH posts. For more information on the casting call, or a job application, visit www.hudsondelray.com or call 561.303.1343. Please send all resumes to general manager Jude Chassagne at Jude.Chassagne@hudsondelray.com.
Hudson’s new outside bar will encompass 1,500-square-feet of enticing food and beverage offerings served on the patio as well as special offers available exclusively at the new outdoor bar. Boasting the only bar on the East Coast with a sunset water view in Delray Beach, the new area also promises gorgeous vistas to accompany its exciting offerings. Stay tuned for a future announcement on their grand opening party.
“When we first saw this property, we were enamored, and now we are elated to present Delray’s only bar featuring a spectacular waterfront sunset view, something that will be of tremendous value to the city,” says Rita Wilson, co-owner of Hudson. “With a new outside bar, we will now be able to serve our high demand and growing popularity at Hudson, while guests now get a new space where they can step outside to enjoy Intracoastal vistas, order some delicious bites and sip on special brews.”
Recently spotted at Hudson was Hollywood icon Burt Reynolds, who reportedly drove all the way from Jupiter for Hudson’s sunset view.
Hudson also boasts a separate indoor bar — open between the hours of 11 a.m. to close — with a beverage program focused on small beer, spirits and wine producers; modern renditions of classic and original craft cocktails; and barrel-aged spirits including HUDSON Whiskey, the first pot distilled whiskey produced in New York after Prohibition.
Hudson at Waterway East is an exciting new waterfront eatery and bar overlooking the spectacular Intracoastal Waterway in downtown Delray. With a passionate motto of “Love Thy Craft,” this casually hip and trendy eatery and bar features unique spaces, including alluring nooks for dining and socializing and an expansive covered deck, amid 7,000-square-feet of waterfront-view bliss. Serving a seafood-centric menu created by Season 9 Hell’s Kitchen winner Paul Niedermann in a cool new enclave, Hudson seeks to be a new generation of waterfront escape that offers something for everybody. The thoughtful beverage program offers small-producer beers, spirits and wine, including modern renditions of classic cocktails, barrel-aged spirits and handcrafted cordials. Valet parking, Happy Hour and light-night dining available. Visit www.hudsondelray.com.