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The next time you’re in Fort Worth, try one of the city’s newest restaurants, Hudson House.


A Hudson House martini (this one is a little dirty) is served ice cold and with a blue cheese stuffed olive.

 

If you need an out-of-town date, make plans to try one of Fort Worth’s newest restaurants, Hudson House.

 

My first experience at Hudson House was with my daughter in Dallas a few years ago. She was living in the city and we were working our way through a slew of nice restaurants.

 


Hudson House was one of our faves, so I did a little dance when I learned that one had opened at the corner of Hulen Street and Camp Bowie Blvd. in Fort Worth in December.

 

But every time I tried to make a dinner reservation, I struck out.

 

When The Husband and I found ourselves in Fort Worth one recent rainy Thursday we hopped online and secured a lunch reservation for 1:30 p.m. (and yes, the restaurant was literally packed).

 


But that’s a sign it’s good, and let me tell you, the Hudson House doesn’t disappoint.

 

Its East Coast-inspired concept serves up fresh sushi, amazing oysters and one of the coldest martinis you will ever have, and you better believe that’s what we started with.

 

I ordered a Greek salad with grilled chicken as my lunch entrée and The Husband had fish tacos served with chipotle remoulade, which I’m pretty sure we both could have slurped down a gallon of.

 


We sat in the airy bar, which has lots of natural light and plush booths you’ll sink right into.

 

The next time I go, I’ll be trying the seafood bouquet, and of course, another martini.

 

If you are looking for a great spot for lunch, brunch or dinner the next time you’re in Fort Worth, try making a rese at Hudson House.

 

Maybe you’ll get lucky like we did and score a table.

 


 

 

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