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You can’t get closer to the heart of Manhattan than NIOS, nestled between the Theater District and Fifth Avenue. With a native New Yorker running the kitchen, NIOS serves up seasonal small plates inspired by American classics with a global flair, plus hand-crafted cocktails and a brilliant wine list, just steps from Broadway yet comfortably removed from the bustle of Times Square. Before the show or after, find yourself at NIOS.
New York, NY 10036
American, Contemporary American, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Daily, 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Tue-Sat, 5:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Tue-Sat, 5:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
between 6th and 7th Ave
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We can easily accommodate all types of meetings, business functions, social events and wedding celebrations.
Parking Garage located on 47th Street between 6th and 7th avenues.
1,2,3,N,R,A,C,E,B,D,F,M and 9 train
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
It's not just the space... all touch points of the experience are special. Whatever the request, we're quick, nimble, and attentive so each custom event is worth repeating. Your guests will enjoy a true culinary experience every time.
From unexpected, locally inspired cocktails to thoughtfully presented food, and green-friendly standards, we're happy to perk up your event as usual.
Centered in Manhattan's Theater District, NIOS and the adjacent Muse Hotel New York offer over 1,350 square feet of flexible meeting space to accommodate groups of up to 120 people. Attentive service, state-of-the-art amenities and customizable menus unite for extraordinary receptions and events.
NIOS Ratings and Reviews
We were staying at the hotel Muse that's connected to the restaurant. We flew in from Europe and was hoping with the small menu that the quality would be good and the food would be fresh and that wasn't our experience. The restaurant/bar at 9:30pm on a Saturday night was completely empty and for 2 Kale salads and a shared flat bread plus 2 glasses of wine it was $130. A bit expensive for what it was.
Delightful restaurant attached to the Kimpton Muse Hotel. Specializes in small plates - we ordered three to share. The food was very good. This was a pre-theatre dinner - the restaurant is located in the heart of the theatre district. We came back after the show for dessert - very convenient, and very good.
Found this restaurant online based on its close proximity to the theatre. What a GREAT find!!! The bartender made a Harlem Fog, which I highly recommend for the taste & the presentation! The steak was extremely flavorful, as was the burger. Overall I would say this was a wonderful place to hang out and have a delicious bite to eat!
Small and simple menu. We ordered four "small plates." It was more than enough for the two of us. Each plate was prepared well. The lamb was medium rare, just as we ordered. The Sea Bass was perfectly cooked. (There is nothing that irritates us more than a good piece of fish the is overcooked. The service was stellar, from the time we made the reservation, to how we were greeted, and all the way to the knowledgeable and attentive wait staff. The location is perfect for the theater, and the prices are very reasonable.
WE'll be back the next time we visit NYC.
My girlfriend and I had eaten here twice before, but with another couple. This time we were on our own. Walking-in there was a large group of people at the front of the restaurant which created a din that caused us to speak louder than normal even though we were seated against the back wall.
But services was very good. The waiter, perhaps thinking we were on a date, let us share my appetizer (Heirloom tomatoes & watermelon) and my dessert (Trio Mousse Cake). Both were excellent by the way. If your a subscriber to Roundabout Theater and are attending a performance across the street, this is a good place to eat beforehand.
Grabbing bite before theatre. Great deal 3 share plates for $50. We shared excellent shrimp cerviche with plaintains, a small tasty lamb porterhouse, and a fairly large flatbread of cheese, prosciutto and fig that was delicious. Good rose wine. Also shared amousse cake. Only surprise was that we were 2 people and they added gratuity.
For a Manhattan restaurant, everything about it is average. Average ambiance, average food quality, average service. What made the experience less than average was the fact that they could not get our beef cooked properly. My business colleague and I had to return our food 2 times to be re-prepared because they cooked it wrong. I've never had to do that in all my years of dining out. That coupled with the fact that it's an average experience in a city of great restaurants, I don't think I would go back.
I really enjoyed this restaurant and was happy to have found it. I started with a tomato and watermelon salad that was delicious. From there I HAD THE Chilean sea bass. Also delicious. They were out of the strawberry rhubarb muffin but had a strawberry rhubarb pie that was out of this world. I would go back just to have dessert.
Connected to The Muse Hotel in NY's Theater District. Nios manages an intimate feel with delicious food for sharing. We loved thecauliflower small bites, the brussel sprouts and especially the mahi mahi fish tacos.
We returned after the Play for drinks and dessert for a happy ending.
So, we have been to this lovely restaurant connected to the Muse Hotel many times pre-theater. It seems they have recently done away with the three-course prix fixe menu. Okay...
We ordered the flatbread appetizer, a burger and the steak sandwich. The flatbread was excellent, as was the burger. The steak sandwich could have used more meat. The accompanying French fries that came with both meals were terrific.
I ordered two glasses of Sancerre at $16 a glass and felt it was a cheap pour, not even half of a small white wine glass.
Another new policy was an 18% gratuity included in the check. We were a party of two! We are New Yorkers and dine out often. I don't recall ever seeing that before, other than for a large party of six or more.
Great spot for pre-theater food and drinks. Nice ambiance. Well-prepared small plates and delicious cocktails. We went there before an evening performance of Hamilton on Broadway, and we will definitely dine there again. The lamb chops were perfect, and the spicy kale caesar salad was delicious. My partner had the grilled octopus and the chicken quesadilla. Both were wonderful.
Nice and convenient for Broadway. Pretty plates and decor. Excellent timely service pre-theatre. Light menu of small plates perfect before a show. Excellent drink options. The costs are pricey for a mid-town hotel bar/restaurant, but if you don't dwell on it, it's a nice experience.
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