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1801 N. Shepherd Dr. (W. 18th St.) Send to Phone
Reimagined British-American pub fare in the Heights.
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Hunky Dory Restaurant Review

: Hunky Dory in the Heights features a classic board of pub grub and a more formal dinner menu. The interior, casual and brightly lit, is welcoming and easy to like, as is the daily changing fare. Try The Silver Salver, an array of meat pies, liver mousse, breads, cheeses and relishes, and pair it with a pint of beer. Expect tantalizing dishes like the Scottish crab bisque with a dash of sherry complemented by laver bread, or entrées such as côte de bœuf with bone marrow and bordelaise, prepared over the kitchen’s wood-fired hearth. Fish ‘n’ chips, made with grouper and Exmoor toasts with clotted cream, pair well with a Pimms Cup, especially as an afternoon snack, while rarebit and a ploughman’s brunch is served on the weekends. (Note: Former chef Richard Knight has left the restaurant.) Hunky Dory also offers curated cocktails, wine and plenty of British beers. A kid-friendly menu is available.

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