Hyatt House H Bar New Sip and Snack Menu

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Hyatt House hotels are designed with the needs in mind of those traveling for extended stays. With full kitchens, room service is not offered though there is an onsite H Market with snacks and drinks that you can grab 24 hours a day. In years past, properties had evening socials where guests could enjoy some drinks and a light meal in the evenings if they didn’t feel like cooking. Today, there is an “H Bar” that offers snacks, meals and drinks. Hyatt House has recently announced that they’ve revamped their H Bar menu to offer “a snack, meal or drink for every mood and palate”.

a group of sandwiches on a cutting board
H Bar BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders (photo credit: Hyatt)

Formerly dubbed the Sip and Savor menu, here are some of the items on the new Sip and Snack menu.

Snacks –

Mediterranean Bowl: Ancient grain and kale blend, grilled chicken, roasted red peppers, baby spinach leaves, Kalamata olives, tomato bruschetta, and toasted pumpkin seeds, served with zesty Italian herb vinaigrette

Taste of Tuscany Board: Fresh mozzarella, prosciutto, pepperoncini, roasted red peppers, stuffed cherry peppers, cornichons, and tomato bruschetta, served with a sliced warm baguette

Korean Street Tacos: Choice of grilled chicken breast or pulled pork tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce, topped with diced red onions, shredded Monterey jack cheese, and crushed peanuts, served on flour tortillas

BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders: Pulled pork tossed with barbeque sauce, topped with chipotle aioli vegetable slaw and pickle chips
Grilled Chicken Spinach Salad: Baby spinach, grilled chicken, hard-boiled egg, fresh berries, red onion, sliced almonds, and golden raisins, served with balsamic vinaigrette

All-American Cheeseburger: Grass-fed beef burger, topped with hardwood smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, and caramelized red onions

Turkey Club Sandwich: All-natural, sliced turkey breast, topped with roasted red peppers, baby spinach, bacon, and basil pesto aioli, served on toasted multigrain bread

Looking at the full published menu, it also had several other items not specifically mentioned in the press release. There are soups, salads, a “perfect” grilled cheese sandwich, a four-cheese pizza (with or without pepperoni), and a Fajita flatbread.

a glass of red drink with fruit and cinnamon sticks
Red Sangria (photo credit: Hyatt)

Sips –

Old Fashioned: Maker’s Mark Bourbon, honey syrup and chocolate bitters, served over ice
Whiskey Sour: Maker’s Mark Bourbon, Disaronno Amaretto, fresh lime juice, pineapple, and bitters
Red Sangria: Courvoisier, orange liqueur, orange juice, mango syrup, and cabernet sauvignon, served with fresh fruit and a cinnamon stick
Classic Margarita: Hornitos Plata, fresh lime juice and orange liqueur
Bloody Mary: Pinnacle Vodka, spicy Bloody Mary mix, lime juice, and Old Bay seasoning on the rim, served with a jalapeño, olive and pepperoni
Classic Martini: Pinnacle Vodka and dry vermouth, served with an olive or a twist
White Sangria: Cruzan rum, orange liqueur, pineapple syrup, and sauvignon blanc, served with fresh fruit

a plate of omelette on a wooden surface

All guests receive complimentary breakfast when staying at Hyatt House properties, and with the rollout of the new H Bar menu there is now a new “omelet of the day” option.

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