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About Innside Brasserie
Innside Brasserie is located in the bustling NoMad neighborhood, offers an all-day Continental menu in a warm and inviting atmosphere.
Paying homage to traditional brasseries, the signature Innside Brasserie New York Nomad is an American brasserie with a unique modern touch. Our chef, Jose de Jesus Emmanuelli delivers American classics with an innovative twist. The menu offers a selection of continental dishes as well as quick bites. The restaurant features a unique outdoor terrace, great for people watching while guests enjoy their cocktail or meal. The lively atmosphere, makes it an ideal place to hang out with friend or colleagues after work. Guests can enjoy the daily Happy Hour from 5-8pm and DJ music on Thursday, Friday and Saturdays
New York, NY 10001
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday
7am - 10:30am
7am - 11am
Monday - Sunday
11:30am - 3:00pm
Tuesday –Thursday 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Friday & Saturday 530pm - 12am
Sunday & Monday 530pm - 11pm (Limited menu available in the lounge)
Sunday 12pm - 3pm
27th Street between 6th & 7th Avenues
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
2 meeting rooms available accommodating up to 75 people with state of the art AV systems
28th St (1, 2)
28th St (F, M)
28th St (N, R)
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Beer Garden, BYO Wine, Cafe, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Happy Hour Monday-Sunday with live resident DJ
Indoor and outdoor spaces available for exclusive Private Events.
Innside Brasserie Ratings and Reviews
I had thanksgiving dinner at Innside Brasserie on Thursday 11-23rd. It was a different experience than what I usually have at a restuarant. It was a creative dining and a different way to fix Thanksgiving dinner. Everyone need to visit and eat at Innside Brasserie.
We happened on this restaurant while I was looking to make dinner reservations on Open Table. We went on the reviews. We were not disappointed. The service was great. We managed to show up during happy hour and got stuffed on the small plates menu. The lobster rolls and the tiny short rib tacos we really tasty. The cocktails were great, including their own take on a mojito.
We enjoyed the experience.
As we arrived, we were very pleased with the look of the restaurant, located inside a hotel. We ordered an appetizer to share, two entrees, and a bottle of carbonated water. When our first appetizer came in, I took a bite of it and realized half-way through my bite that it contained meat. Since I have been a vegetarian for over 20 years at this point, I was very nauseated. Our waiter apologized and delivered the correct appetizer, which I had a hard time eating because of my nausea. The food was overpriced for what was delivered, and it's a spot I won't be returning to. Especially after I remarked that I was suprised to see the full price for the wrongly delivered appetizer and the nauseating experience I had from eating it—only to get a snarky comment back from the waiter, saying that he had indeed apologized. I was really quite irked at this, and won't be returning.
This restaurant is in a hotel, and it is hard not to feel as if you are being treated like a tourist they have no interest in serving again. The outdoor dining area is very nice in the evening. I wish the food was better. And I wish the service was better. There were vast stretches of emptiness after requesting water, a bottle of wine, and salt and pepper in an attempt to season the food a bit. The only really good dish I'm happy to recommend is the fritto misto, but then again, fried properly, shoe leather probably tastes good so not a lot of points there.
I brought my girlfriend there for her birthday. She always wanted to try Scott Conant's pasta and it was a real treat. It wasn't too busy - out dinner was during happy hour. She got the raviolini and I got the pasta el pomodoro. Beers and wine were modestly priced. Enjoyed the outdoor seating. Would recommend.
Service not great. I think I should leave a tip to what I think of the whole service overall. Not given 3 options if paying 12% 18% or 20+. It's up to the customer to leave what they think. I can quite easily fill my own glass up with water thank you.
Came for lunch with 8 people and service was terrible and food was very average and over priced. We waited for our food forever, when we asked to check on it - 3-4 times, been told it was coming but every time it never did. Few times went inside the restaurant to find no wait staff of manager there. Portions were all over the place - salmon was tiny, 3 of us had it and it was different size for all 3, chicken was too much, on the other hand. No consistency whatsoever.
No wonder the restaurant is empty. They need to pick up their game and fast.
Food was great. Servers were nice, they were helpful, but they were MISSING IN ACTION. Had to flag them down to order drinks, then again for food. Had to get up and walk around to find our server and ask for the check. That said, the place is casual but nice, the menu is limited but both delicious and affordable. Recommend it - expect good food, good atmosphere, and friendliness - just don't expect promptness or attentiveness.
Casual and Easy Dining!
Had a very pleasant meal the other evening with family. The outdoor seating is very casual and appealing. The house mojito with basil was excellent and even better half price for happy hour. The food was very good although I expected a little more memorable from this chef. We had the salmon and one of the tagliatelle pasta's. The pasta was made to perfection. The broccoli raab was very good. Salmon was nice. Just not outstanding.
What was memorable was the salted caramel dessert. I could have eaten 10 of them. Everyone loved it!
We did find the music outside a bit load. One person with us had a hearing problem and we needed to listen carefully to her manner of speaking. The waiter was lovely and did the best he could to keep the music down but it seemed to be on automatic pilot and kept returning to a higher noise level.
Overall the experience was excellent!
Everything was good from the delish hot bread to the size of the wine pours. Grilled octopus better than most places, burrata served over lentils with chopped spicy pickles good, steak was good but pastas are the star here. Good value for midtown and we rolled out because good size portions and WE EAT A LOT! No room for desert!
Scott Conant's updated, classic pastas are fantastic. We're delighted he's back in NYC. The one drawback was that the noise level was overwhelming. The restaurant wasn't crowded, but the DJ was blasting music at full volume. Perhaps they think it creates a cool atmosphere, but it greatly inhibits conversation. A nice, new choice convenient to Penn Station.
You don't always find a place that accommodates a group of 10 for a Sunday brunch so we were happy that this place did, especially with all the good reviews.
Our first waiter was very attentive and patient since we were waiting on the rest of our party that took a while. But he disappeared after he took our order.
Service was inconsistent. At one point, our glasses were consistently filled, and for the rest of the time, our glasses experiences some serious drought. This only happens at places that are full. But there were only about 5 tables taken at that time. It looked like they were still understaffed. The food took a really long time, at least half an hour to arrive, which I understand since they wanted to bring our food altogether. After serving our food, all the waiters disappeared. We tried to flag them down for more water and some ketchup, but none of them were to be seen. No one came to check up on us. And when I turned to look, there they were, at a corner, chatting away. When they did come to "check" on us, they went to a nearby empty table, glanced, and looked away - too quick to even see that we were trying to get their attention.
The scrambled eggs were extremely dry. The Porchetta sandwich was huge as opposed to the pancakes. There were only 2 miserable pancakes on the big plate, and after going through half of the dish, the server came out with another plate with a pancake, put it down and walked away without a word. We were very confused.
The biggest thing though, which I was very disappointed in, was that I made a reservation through opentable and at the "request section" wrote that some of our party were gluten free. Halfway through our meal, having ordered a side of gluten free bread each because some of us couldn't eat the bread offered, they came to us and said they were out of it. I specially wrote that in our reservation, thank you for the lack of attention.
For a restaurant in a hotel that offers brunch, it needs a lot of work.
The enclosed outdoor space (if that makes sense) was really lovely. But we were there pretty early on a weekday, the place was pretty empty, and still the service was pretty poor. We watched a lot of the staff just standing around, when we needed things like new menus, drinks refilled, etc. Then, we stayed in the outdoor space until 10:00, and were the last people out there. They started shutting the doors and clearing tables. Keep in mind--there were people still inside the main dining room, the place closes at 11:00, and we had just spent $600 on dinner.
On the positive side, the cocktails were good and their happy hour is a good value. The food was good, but too much smoke flavor in the ice cream sundae--all three people in our party commented on it.
Oh, and they do have a separate vegetarian menu you can request, but if you're vegetarian, make sure to ask for a vegetarian bread basket as well. The standard one has meat in it.
I had the pleasure of having dinner with my sister in laws to celebrate her final days as a single lady. I'm glad I chose this place it had a great vibe , the restaurant was beautiful and the food was delicious. We enjoyed the atmosphere with the music though the lighting was a tad dim that didn't stop us from enjoying the night. We started off with the Polenta and mushroom sauce( a must try) the polenta was so creamy and the mushrooms were cooked to perfection it felt as though you were eating meat. The Bibb lettuce salad was light and refreshing. We also tried the burata which was also on the light side with simple flavors. The pasta dishes are full of flavors and just enough of a portion to satisfy you. The scallops were cooked perfectly and served with a root vegetable. We unfortunately did not have room for dessert but did try the Illy brand coffee which was a perfect end to our dinner. Now this would be a great place for large dinner parties to celebrate almost any occasion.
We came for my friend's 50th birthday celebration. The upstairs ambience was too loud, with clubby, pounding music, so we asked to be seated downstairs, which was quieter, but the place was empty. The food was excellent, and the service very cordial and attentive. I hope others discover this restaurant, as it is a shame it was so empty.
We went with friends during lunch on Friday. Luckily we didn't have any pressing meetings because the service was so slow that our lunch took over 2 hrs. They have a very reasonable "espresso lunch" prix-fixe. The food was very good, but our courses all came out at the same time which is very annoying as then one dish is bound to get cold. There was a discrepancy between 2 orders of the beef tartar. One was grey. As a result of the slow service and ooor quality they did comp it. Overall it was promising, but disappointing.
I took my aunt there for her birthday. The loud hard base music made it a very unpleasent experience. I asked to turn it down and even then it was too loud. I love scarpetta and wanted to try his newer restaurant. If you want to eat in a club with dance music this is your place. For me never again
Fantastic lunch with the girls. We ordered drinks to start which were wonderful and went well with the fresh bread and toppings that were served! I ordered the grilled eggplant sandwich with pesto and mozzarella and it was fabulous on the fresh ciabatta roll. Another friend ordered the burger which she insisted we all try. I HIGHLY recommend the burger which was cooked perfectly and had some fantastic flavors! Another person ordered the chicken sandwich and she's still talking about the fresh roasted chicken that was used. We all ordered side salads in lieu of fries. Food and service were both wonderful. We will definitely be back.