One of our favorite Aussie spots is back with a new location right on the water in the American Copper Building in Murray Hill. The second Hole in the Wall has giant, 28-foot glass walls with views out to the east river, an industrial yet inviting vibe, and delicious food and drink at all hours. There is ample outdoor seating for the warmer months, and they have also partnered with JDS Developments for the rooftop, members-only event area The Sentry.
Restauranteur Barry Dry, who hails from Perth and originally moved to New York for a career in finance, is excited to expand Hole in the Wall into dinner service. Executive Chef Brent Hudson is still in the kitchen preparing the Asian inflected Australian cuisine he is known for.
The all-day brunch menu includes house made vegemite toast, egg sandwiches, jalapeño sweet corn fritters, green tea soba noodle salad, and a burger. The upscale dinner menu features everything from oysters and sashimi to roti with garlic sambal, burrata on charred sourdough, vegan bolognese, wagyu sirloin, and even a fancy chicken cutlet and fries. Don’t miss the inventive cocktails like the cucumber margarita and rosemary old fashioned!
Hole in the Wall
626 1st Avenue
7:00 AM – 12:00 AM Daily