Scott Schroeder and Pat O’Malley quietly opened their Hungry Pigeon for dinner service last week. And now they’re officially open as an all-day eatery.
The menu starts out with a lengthy coffee service with offerings that go far beyond latte and mocha. A savory breakfast menu is served weekdays with O’Malley’s specialty, a selection of pastries. On weekends the breakfast and pastry options expand to include a short rib hash, French toast and a bread basket. Lunchtime offers salads, sandwiches, burgers and a selection of vegan sides. At dinner, Hungry Pigeon’s menu ranges from the small pan roasted pigeon to the large one pound pot roast.
Hungry Pigeon has a liquor license and four wines on tap, plus another ten by the glass. That list is backed up by a full bottle list. Beer drinkers are well served by the six taps dedicated to craft beer and a well selected list of bottles and cans.
Former neighbor and Southwark owner Kip Waide is honored with Kip’s Manhattan and the cocktail list is finished up with several interesting cocktails including the Black & White, a rum based cocktail with panela syrup, milk and fresh pulled espresso.
Hungry Pigeon does not accept reservations except for large parties. Groups of 8 to 14 can reserve the “Family Table.”
Hungry Pigeon Menus
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