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About The NoMad
The NoMad is the second restaurant from Chef Daniel Humm and Restaurateur Will Guidara.
Inspired by the Chef's time spent throughout Switzerland, California, and New York City, the restaurant is rooted in the same traditions found at their critically-acclaimed, Michelin three-star rated Eleven Madison Park.
The restaurant has soaring interiors with a refined, yet approachable menu, featuring a thoughtfully-curated wine program celebrating the great wine regions of the world, alongside innovative and classically-focused cocktails.
New York, NY 10001
Hours of Operation:
Dinner is served Sunday, 5:30pm - 10:00pm; Monday through Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:30pm; Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm.
Lunch is served daily in our dining rooms and the Elephant Bar from 12:00pm - 2:30pm.
Breakfast is served daily from 7:00am - 10:00am.
Brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00am - 2:30pm.
The Elephant Bar opens daily at 12 noon. The Library lounge opens for lighter fare and cocktails at 8:00am during the week and at 10:00am on weekends. The NoMad Bar at 10 W28th Street opens at 5:00pm daily. The Elephant Bar, Library, and NoMad Bar are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. After 4:00pm the Library becomes a space reserved for guests of The NoMad Hotel.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
There are multiple options for private and semi-private dining.
There are a number of parking garages in the vicinity.
We are conveniently located next to the N/R/W stop at 28th Street, and steps away from the 4/5/6 at 28th Street and Park Avenue.
Daniel Humm and James Kent
Private Party Facilities:
The NoMad offers 4,000 square feet of unique indoor and outdoor event and private dining options.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
For larger parties and events, please contact our Special Events Team, Events@TheNoMadHotel.com
The NoMad Ratings and Reviews
Absolutely fantastic experience. They clearly understand hospitality to every minor detail. The attentiveness of the staff was exceptional and we felt warm and welcome throughout the entire experience. The food quality was exceptional with creative and elegant presentations. The wine list is outstanding (give yourself extra time to read through the "good book"... it's quite the tome). I cannot wait to return.
We spent some time before dinner in the library sipping some tea and that was truly a wonderful start to our experience. Everyone we encountered was friendly and helpful. The NoMad had a wonderful buzz to it and that added to our evening.
Once sitting at our table a confident and caring waiter tended to our questions and offered much advice. We had a delicious meal with many new tastes and presentations. The lemon almond tart was absolutely stunning!
Our experience at The NoMad was lovely--from the wonderful little table they selected for us in one of the back rooms to the thoughtful and considerate service supplied by our server Cal to the wonderfully well balanced and interesting food. When dining is pricey, a restaurant needs to deliver on all three levels--food, service and atmosphere and the NoMad met all our expectations.
This was our second trip to NoMad but the last was 5 years ago. We got seated at 6pm on a weekday in the front parlor. The area was very noisy, had loud music piped in and the club chairs were too low as dining chairs, especially for vertically challenged people like me. Quite frankly, we found the food and the place way overrated. The signature baked whole chicken ensemble was truly unique and good in every way but it was a painful $94 for two. The "fruits de mer" platter for $68/two was very underwhelming, at best like seafood selections mixed with mayonnaise. The "milk and honey" dessert was interesting but we couldn't compute how it could demand $16. Overall, a very trendy, if noisy, place, way overrated and expensive, for sure not a value. Wish they could have brought some of the food over from Eleven Madison.
Our dining experience at the NoMad was incredible from start to finish. My date and I were early for dinner service and directed by the friendly host to the Elephant Bar to enjoy some drinks while we waited. We didn't have to wait long before being seated. Our waitress was very friendly, knowledgeable, and attentive. We thoroughly enjoyed both of her recommendations for our first time there (Carrot Tartare, Chicken for Two, and accompanying beer by Brooklyn Brewery). Everything about our dinner was exceptional. Truthfully, before going, I didn't expect to think it would be worth the prices, but now I can't wait to return.
Very pricey (brunch for 3 with no alcohol was $170 before tip), but every bite of all three entrees, the sides and both appetizers were incredibly delicious. First rate service from the hosts to the bussers, with a special nod to Bridget, our server, who couldn't have done a better job. Very comfortable setting, lively music and chatter, but not so loud that you had to raise your voice to be heard. An excellent dining experience overall.
Let me begin by saying the room is lovely and the service was superb. But the meal: both my client and I ordered seared ahi tuna salad. Each salad was bereft of tuna. It was surprising and disappointing - I really had to search for it, and can only think that they ran out of the stuff but weren’t bold enough to tell their servers about it. As I didn’t know this client well I didn’t say anything to the server. But when the bill came to $103 - with only the two salads and one glass of wine on it - I felt taken as a chump. I’m certainly prepared to pay for, and am used to, Manhattan prices, but this time I really felt taken advantage of.
I really enjoyed our meal at The NoMad. The food was fantastic, the cocktails were good (if overpriced for the size), and our server was helpful with all questions about the menus. Sometimes the service felt a bit slow, perhaps because the place was jammed! Even though it was packed, I didn't feel crammed in and also didn't notice other tables that much. Overall the food was great, but everything is priced high (cocktails $16-18 each, "snacks" are $16-20 for a small share plate, non-vegetarian appetizers are $28-32, and meat/fish entrees are $39-45). The beef dish, while delicious, barely filled me for $45. We opted for entrees and one snack to share for the tables, but with drinks for 4, the overall bill w tip was over $100 per person, which is a lot for a regular ole Thursday evening. The vegetarian dishes are less expensive. The bathrooms fyi are out the main doors and around the bend and down the stairs and around another bend... it's quite the hike to get there.
My experience at The NoMad was impeccable. The team truly embodies the notion of thoughtful genuine hospitality. From the cocktails to the food, there is clear attention to detail and love put into everything.
My party enjoyed several dishes shared amongst the table for a business meal, from appetizer to dessert, and everyone was completely satisfied with their meal and experience.
This is by far my favorite place in the entire city. The beaux-arts decor is moody and stunning. The service is so exceptional. All of this is matched by perfect food and the most amazing cocktails.
I booked via open table and noted that I was celebrating my best friends birthday. The hotel emailed me prior to the reservation and asked if there is anything could do to make the evening more special. When I arrived, lots of staff remembered me from pasts visits and made a point of greeting me. At the end of the night they had a very special surprise for us, which I will not disclose in order not spoil it for other guests.
Ok French food not worth the hype or money - carrot tartare was good and finger lakes wine were fun. But croquet madam wasn’t good and fettuccine was salty and sticky. Server was pleasant but got delayed when the bar somehow ran out Bloody Mary cocktail. Dessert was ok but nothing special
This restaurant is one of the best in New York City. We came here to celebrate our 10 years Anniversary and all the staff was amazing! They even offered us a glass of champagne and a delicious amuse-bouche. We were sitting in the Parlor area, great to have a cosy and romantic dinner. The wine selection is wide and excellent. The menu is fantastic, with gourmet cuisine and even though is pricey, this is a restaurant that doesn't have astronomic prices as other restaurants in the city for the same quality.
I had the Tortellini in appetizers (delicious) and the Duck as the main course. The magret is perfectly cooked, one of the best that I have had in my life (and I have had lots because I always order this dish in restaurants). My husband had the foie gras, that was delicious, a little bit small though. And he had the Scallops as the main course. Also delicious for him.
The Milk and Honey dessert is to die for. One of the best desserts that I have had in a restaurant. Keep room for it.
A 10/10 experience for our 10 years Anniversary.
Nomad never let us down. The service is friendly, but not intrusive. It is knowledgeable with being condescending. The room is warm, comfortable and inviting. The food reminds you s how good food can be. Our tastebuds are brought back to life and the entire evening was a pleasure.
Horrible service: our main waiter was twitchy and seemed annoyed. We had to ask twice (two separate waiters) for sugar for my coffee until a friendly female waiter attended to us. Such a shame since I had a wonderful experience the first time dining with family and enjoyed the creative desserts. Would not recommend for business.
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