Hudson House is a neighborhood restaurant and raw bar tucked away in the cozy neighborhood off of Lovers Lane and the Tollway. In addition to daily lunch and dinner service, they are now offering brunch on Saturday and Sundays from 10am til 3pm. Hudson House is known for having the “coldest martini’s in town” and an extensive menu of fresh seafood.

During brunch service, there are plenty of cocktails on their menu to get your morning jump-started and food to make your mouth water. My guest and I started off with a variation of a mimosa, Mom’s cure – grey goose, lillet, lemon juice, and prosecco. The Royal Bloody is also a brunch favorite, made with Titos, house-made mix, and topped with blu cheese stuffed olives, a jumbo shrimp, a shucked oyster and served with a chili dusted rim. 

In addition to the brunch menu, you could also order off of their regular menu, so the choices were endless! Some of the offerings on their brunch menu include lobster, smoked salmon, or classic eggs benedict, an egg white frittata, french toast, pancakes and more! My guest and I decided on the lobster roll, the salmon toast, and the avocado toast.

The salmon toast was served on a thick slice of fresh bread and topped with scallion cream cheese, smoked salmon, and a balsamic glaze. The simplicity of the dish highlighted the fresh smoked salmon that melted in your mouth with each bite. 

The avocado toast was also served on a hearty piece of bread, topped with mashed avocado, pink onion, marinated tomatoes, and sprinkled with chèvre cheese and sprouts. 

The lobster roll was generously filled with a creamy mixture of lobster and served on a poppyseed potato bun. The dense and slightly sweet potato bun perfectly complimented the creaminess of the lobster. Served with a light cucumber salad drizzled with vinaigrette, the dish left you feeling satisfied, but not overly stuffed. 


Hudson house is located at 4448 Lovers Ln, Dallas, TX 75225.
Hudson House also offers happy hour 4-6pm Monday through Friday, with half priced oysters, cheeseburgers, and martinis. 


(Disclaimer: My meal was complimentary, and all opinions are my own.)