Coming Soon: Hudson

Hudson is slated to open in the former David Greggory space at 2030 M St. NW in late September, and save afternoon tea, the new restaurant will offer just about every meal of the day.

The restaurant will open at 7:30 a.m. during the week for eat-in and take-out breakfast, including breads, pastries, smoothies, coffees and espresso.

On the opposite end of the time spectrum, Hudson will stay open until 2 a.m. Monday through Friday, 3 a.m. on Saturdays and midnight on Sundays. A late-night menu is expected to include small plates, wood-oven baked pizzas and salads.

In between, there'll be lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.

Chef Kyle Schroeder's menu will offer entrees (priced $12 to $25) like veal chops with fingerling gnocchi and veal jus, a New York strip with green lentils, and linguine Bolognese. Mini burgers will come topped with smoked gouda, cheddar and Swiss cheese, and a seafood spin on the same, dubbed “by the sea sliders," will offer salmon, shrimp and tuna burgers served with wasabi cream, remoulade and cocktail sauces.

Buttermilk pancakes, challah french toast and eggs Benedict with a jumbo lump crabcake and red pepper hollandaise will make brunch appearances.

Though owner Alan Popovsky told Tom Sietsema in May that he wanted to move beyond the bar culture of Adams Morgan, where he also owns Felix, he's not totally dissing the nightlife scene. Hudson will offer a private VIP area with bottle service.