During Prohibition the Hudson Bond was a speakeasy; a place for writers, artists and journalists to gather and discuss their next concepts and creative endeavors. The bar's password was "Henry Hudson" and the “bond” that formed between the secret patrons is its namesake.
This former speakeasy re-opened in December as a sophisticated restaurant/bar/lounge with a private event space downstairs behind black curtains, reminiscent of the Prohibition era.
The Hudson Bond is located at 215 West 40th (40th St. between 7th and 8th avenue) nestled between the lights of Broadway and the corporate offices of The New York Times and Ernst & Young.
With an energetic and a friendly work environment, The Hudson Bond is a favorite for the happy hour crowd and we have now extended service with our Brunch & A Movie and Dinner & A Movie events every Sunday.