With “pub” in the moniker, one would be correct to expect American comfort fare such as burgers, wings, oysters, crispy Brussels sprouts, and salads, including roasted organic beets with goat cheese and oranges. But the 70-seat Pubstreet, located in the Metro-North station space is helmed by Chef Mogan Anthony, who appreciates international flavors and innovation. The the menu at Pubstreet is a balance of comfort food done in both recognizable — and unanticipated — ways. Buffalo chicken wings and fried calamari stand alongside starters of crispy kimchi tartar-dressed oyster sliders and clay pot-baked clams topped with Rice Krispies crumbs. Fritters are a salmon poke variety instead of more routine corn.