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The NoMad

Restaurants, French Flatiron
Recommended
5 out of 5 stars
4 out of 5 stars
(8user reviews)
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Photograph: Daniel KriegerSea urchin with green apple gelée at the NoMad
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Photograph: Daniel KriegerFruits de mer at the NoMad
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Photograph: Daniel KriegerRadishes and butter at the NoMad
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Photograph: Daniel KriegerFoei gras with pig's head at the NoMad
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Photograph: Daniel KriegerDuck breast at the NoMad
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Photograph: Daniel KriegerLobster with potato chips at the NoMad
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Photograph: Daniel KriegerMilk and honey dessert at the NoMad
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Photograph: Daniel KriegerApple brioche at the NoMad
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Time Out says

5 out of 5 stars

Chef Daniel Humm and William Guidara, the celebrated team behind Eleven Madison Park, turn the music up for their sophomore venture in the NoMad Hotel. Ditching EMP's tasting-menu-only format, Humm takes a more democratic approach with an à la carte menu of seasonal, French-inflected fare.  The venue comprises five distinct spaces, all designed by Parisian architect Jacques Garcia: a dark-oak-clad dining room with heavy fabrics and an open hearth; a sunlit atrium with a pyramidal glass roof; a cozy fireplace room; a library for afternoon tea and evening nightcaps; and a cocktail lounge featuring a stately mahogany bar.

By: Mari Uyehara

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Details

Address: The NoMad Hotel
1170 Broadway
New York
10001
Cross street: at 28th St
Transport: Subway: N, R to 28th St
Price: Average main course: $36. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
Contact:
Opening hours: Mon–Thu 7am–10:30pm; Fri, Sat 7am–11pm; Sun 7am–10pm
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Users say (8)

4 out of 5 stars