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We had time to kill before our tour in the Tenement Museum so we decided to grab a little brunch before the tour. Dudley's is just a short walk down Orchard Street. It looked crowded so we thought the food must be pretty good. We...More
My wife and I enjoyed a relaxed breakfast in the friendly atmosphere. I had the big breaky and my wife had mushrooms on toast . We enjoyed a cappuccino and hot chocolate. Good vibe and music in background. Sizes of plates is just right and...More
Had a late breakfast here after visiting the Tenement Museum. Sat outside in the sunshine and enjoyed our food. Table a little cramped but that was because we ordered dishes and sides and drinks. Tables are a little larger inside. Service was pleasant and it...More
This place was recommended to us and was a short walk from our apartment.
Its an Australian eatery that serves delicious food and has a good selection of drinks. The wine was also cheaper too than some of the local competition.
We came in the...More
It was by coincidence that we stumbled across Dudley’s. They have a few tables outside, which is a great place to indulge and take in the cosmopolitan vibes of Orchard St. The food is simple, but delicious and very reasonably priced. The drinks/wine selection is...More
We've been several time now as we live down the street but wanted to finally leave a review. This place is always busy and for good reason, the food is great with an ambiance to match.
You really can't go wrong ordering here, and whether...More
We went to Dudley today knowing nothing about it on our way to the Tenement Museum and we were not disappointed! I had the fried chicken sandwich, two of my party had the cheeseburger and one person had a salad. All were fantastic, meats were...More
Bursting with an amazing array of sights, sounds, and smells on every block, a visit to Chinatown feels like entering a different world. It’s a colorful spectacle that gets even more crowded on weekends, when families stream in to enjoy huge dim sum feasts and to stock up at the markets on Mott Street. To take a break from the buzz, grab something sweet from one of the many bakeries in the area and head to Columbus Park, where
many Chinatown residents exercise, play games, and chat the day away.
Go Dudley's web site. There is a Reservations menu on the top of their page. Click on it and you will see a link to "Resy" which will allow you to make a reservation. However, as of the time I am writing this reply there are... More
Go Dudley's web site. There is a Reservations menu on the top of their page. Click on it and you will see a link to "Resy" which will allow you to make a reservation. However, as of the time I am writing this reply there are no reservations available at noon on Jan. 18. 11 AM or 1 PM are available.
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