Delaware and Hudson *

About

1886_D&HDelaware and Hudson is a 38-seat restaurant in Williamsburg, Brooklyn serving regional American food from the Mid-Atlantic states (from Baltimore to Buffalo). We feature farm-fresh carefully produced local and seasonal ingredients to craft good, wholesome food.

Delaware and Hudson is named after an early American canal system, gravity railroad, coal line, and passenger trains. All of the various companies served the North-East region in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Chef Patti Jackson’s great grandfather worked for the Delaware and Hudson Railway.

Delaware and Hudson is open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday from 6 pm through 11 pm and on Sunday until 10 pm. We are open for brunch Saturday and Sunday from 11 am through 4 pm. Lunch is served Monday through Friday from 11 am to 4 pm.

 

 

Our dinner menu changes weekly and reflects the current availability of products from the farmer’s market and our other purveyors. We apologize for any last-minute changes or substitutions.

Please let us know of any dietary restrictions.

Chef

 

Patti JacksonPatti Jackson is a proud native of Northeastern Pennsylvania, where she grew up in a typical American small town.  Originally interested in biology and chemistry, she fell in love with the restaurant business as a teenager, and has pursued all aspects of service and food craft ever since.

She is a chef with over 30 years experience, based in New York City. Trained as a pastry chef at the Baltimore International Culinary Arts Institute, she worked as a pastry chef in wholesale, retail and restaurants in Washington D.C. and then New York for 18 years—working for such industry leaders as Sutton Place Gourmet and the Pino Luongo organization before taking over the restaurant Le Madri as an Executive Chef in 2003. Subsequently she was the Executive Chef of the restaurants i Trulli and Centovini before opening her restaurant in Williamsburg.

Jackson’s work has been reviewed in many national newspapers and magazines, and she has been featured in articles in Edible New York, New York Magazine,The New York Times, The Daily News, Restaurant Business, Restaurants and Hospitality,  Bon Appetit, and Food Arts. She has appeared on television and radio on shows including  CBS Early Morning, Good Day New York, The Best Thing I Ever Ate,  Michael “MikeColameco Show, NY1, Martha Stewart Radio,Valerie Smaldone, The Food Seen (Heritage Radio Network). She has been a guest Chef and Pastry Chef at the James Beard house many times and has participated in numerous women chef and charity events, including Taste of the Nation, Taste of New York, Taste of the Greenmarket, James Beard House, SHARE A Second Helping of Life, and many others.

Jackson has pursued further education at The Notter School of Pastry, Le Grande Ecole du Chocolat in Hermitage, France, and the French Pastry School in Chicago.  Her favorite pastimes include travelling, eating and entertaining.

She lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Sam.

Listing Information

Award Winning,Casual Dining,Dinner,Lunch

Pricey - $36 - $60

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