SINCE OPENING IN AUGUST, Pub Street has been delivering great drinks and fresh seafood in a comfortable gastropub that’s already gathered a crowd of regulars. Located in the historic stone train station building formerly hosting the Iron Horse Grill, Pub Street has reimagined the intimate space with simple elegance. The decor blends the comfort of tradition with fresh, modern aesthetics.
Cocktails include some original concoctions, including the Merchant of Venice (prosecco with a pomegranate-cinnamon reduction) and Summer’s End (bourbon, muddled blackberries, and lemon bitters). The menu has a strong seafood focus, emphasizing American coastal classics like lobster rolls, raw oysters and a BLT wedge. Some dishes feature a Japanese touch—the salmon poke sushi fritter and a rice bowl with crispy chicken, kabayaki, pickles, Japanese-style rice, and sambal aioli, for example. There are few options for vegetarians and vegans, but many good choices for gluten-free and paleo diners. Serving lunch and dinner Tuesday through Sunday and brunch on the weekend, Pub Street fills up after 7 pm, so reservations are recommended.
20 Wheeler Ave, Pleasantville