• 5 Things {You Never Knew} About Hoboken’s Hudson Table

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    It’s no secret that we love Hudson Table, Hoboken’s first {and most amazing} cooking studio. From cooking classes to our honeygrow event, we’ve enjoyed our fair share of cooking! But, did you know that Hudson Table is actually quite a versatile space? Here are a few things you probably didn’t know about HT:

    Hudson Table is available for private events.

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    ^A little peek inside a recent private Hoboken Girl event hosted at Hudson Table

    Private rentals, birthday parties, anniversary parties, showers, cocktail parties, corporate events, and more: there’s really no limit to the type of soirée you can host. Events can be fully customized, from the menu to the layout. Private events can be a complete cooking class, fully catered, or a mix of the two. What makes the events special is the ability for guests to watch every step that goes into the finishing touches of the customized meal {it’s like being in the kitchen, but not having to do a thing – and your kitchen is amazing looking to boot}. So fun.

    Classes aren’t just for adults.

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    Attention mamas and papas: once a month, HT offers a kids’ class series, teaching basic cooking skills to baking. Their in-house chef Sara Kartzmer Fry is constantly creating new menus and new class types for kids of all ages. Hudson Table is also available for kids’ birthdays, whether it be a princess tea party, a pizza making class, or even a themed cooking party. 

    The space is a beautiful blank canvas with a well-equipped cooking space.

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    Hudson Table has hosted companies like Vayner Media and Panna Cooking. The space has been used as a test kitchen for well-known chefs and a backdrop for a TV test pilot. Pretty sweet! The clean, rustic space with plenty of lighting and state of the art ranges, oven, and cooking equipment make it a great space for a host of professional filming and staging needs.

    Chefs’ Tables happen at Hudson Table.

    Love food but want something a little more hands-off? Hudson Table hosts Chefs’ Tables {aka the best of a restaurant dinner mixed with a cooking class} where attendees make the experience as interactive as they would like. It’s a completely different kind of night out! Attendees can relax and enjoy an evening while watching a Chef prepare a complete gourmet meal before their eyes. Those who want to learn more, can discuss and learn from the Chef during the process {or you can just let him cook for you}. All dishes are prepared and finished right before your eyes and enjoyed in Hudson Table’s rustic, warm kitchen.

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    ^Yes, those would be gnocchi for breakfast. What a delicious twist on breakfast potatoes {insert heart-eyes emoji}!

    Many of the Chefs’ Tables include wine pairings compliments of Cork Wines and Spirits or Meridian Prime, Inc. November 29th of this year was the first brunch Chef’s table they hosted, taking a popular evening class and extending it to brunch. Clutch! This 4-course brunch chef’s table menu was created by in-house Chef Will Lustberg. He came up with 4 amazingly detailed breakfast dishes before our eyes, and we sat back, relaxed, and enjoyed a mimosa {courtesy of Meridian Prime}.

    It’s BYOB.

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    ^Strawberry Bruschetta, Whipped Honey Mascarpone, and Black Pepper w/Orange Zest = out of this world.

    This might be a given, but know that you can enjoy a nice glass of wine {of whatever shade you’d like} any time you head to Hudson Table. We were lucky enough to snag tickets to their November 29th chef’s table and B-Y-O-ed our champagne, and it was so much fun. There’s nothing like a morning mimosa with a chef cooking you breakfast {a close second to breakfast in bed!}.

    A few more photos to get you drooling from our delicious chef’s table brunch:

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    ^Poached eggs over gnocchi and kale

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    ^An omelet with grilled pears and baked/fried brie + pomegranate freshly opened for our ‘mosas!

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    ^In case you wanted a closer-up image of the baked/friend brie. YOU’RE WELCOME.

    Clearly, Hudson Table is quite the uptown Hoboken destination — from events to brunch to birthdays, there’s really no telling what this hot spot might pull out of its sleeve next! Visit Hudson Table here.

    *Sponsored, but all views are the author’s, and Jen would never steer you wrong!

    xo

     

     


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    Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Hoboken Girl. She started the site to discover and share the wealth of things happening in Hudson County. Her roots in the area extend to her maternal grandparents, who owned two textile factories in Weehawken and North Bergen. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event/volunteer project or editing her life away, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her French bulldog + rescue pup, or watching the latest murder doc on Netflix with her husband.