214 EAST 10TH ST. NEW YORK, NY 10003
- DAY -
11:00am - 5:00pm 7 days
(Last call 4:00pm)
- NIGHT -
Sun-Thu 6:00pm - 1:00am
(Kitchen Last call 12:00am)
Fri & Sat 6:00 - 2:00am
(Kitchen Last call 1:00am)
OPEN: Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve
CLOSED: NEW YEAR DAY
Hi-Collar: "hi-kara", a fashion-alluding term popularized during the Japanese Jazz Age. Symbolizes Japan's flirtation with the West.
during the day,
Hi-Collar is a Western-inspired Japanese cafe (popularly known as kissaten) specializing in siphon coffee & Kissaten menu.
the space transforms into Hi-Collar Bar, a place where 'high collars' are abandoned and sake is celebrated.
Day & Night. West & East. Hi-Collar & Chonmage.
FEATURED DAYTIME DISHES
Irresistible panko-crusted berkshire pork katsu cutlet, sandwiched between crisp cabbage and soft bread. Flavors that take you back to the konbini convenience stores of Tokyo.
Available after 12pm, only 10 servings a day.
Light & fluffy Japanese style pancakes, with specialty butter and toppings. Enjoy "breakfast" any time of day. Only available 11am-4pm
FEATURED NIGHTTIME DRINKS
Sun to Thur: 6pm-1am • Fri & Sat: 6pm-2am
• SAKE-GRIA •
fresh fruit swimming with the bartender's sake of choice and sweet liqueur
• SHISO MOJITO •
sake, japanese shiso, refreshing and light
• MILKY GINGER BEER •
orion beer blended with calpico sweet milky soft drink with a homemade ginger syrup for a unique spice
• SEN SHIN •
premium sake with a smooth and sophisticated flavor
East Meets West, and Cafe Becomes Sake Bar, at Hi-Collar
MAY 18, 2017
"The flames shoot straight up, and we all lean back, watching the light tremble across the brass countertop at Hi-Collar in the East Village, a Japanese coffeehouse by day, sake bar by night...."
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