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Mon - Tue: 7AM - 10:30PM
Wed: 7AM - 2PM
Located off the lobby of the NoMad hotel, the NoMad restaurant plays the part of stylish and lively younger sister to the culinary grand dame Eleven Madison Park. Switzerland native Daniel Humm, winner of the 2012 James Beard Foundation's Outstanding Chef award, helms both restaurants. Though the service at the NoMad is less formal, the food holds up to Humm's high standards. Elegant dishes like foie gras and marrow bones and duck breast garnished with sweet shaved peaches and aromatic pickled juniper grace the menu. And the chef's roast chicken is beloved for its black truffle-brioche stuffing and the bouquet of fresh herbs bursting from underneath its crispy skin. Take a look at the drinks menu, even if you're not imbibing: In addition to some of the best bespoke cocktails in the city, the NoMad offers some fine non-alcoholic beverages, including a sparkling basil-fennel-lemon soda.
With separate areas to suit a variety of tastes, the bustling restaurant serves out-of-town guests and Manhattanites alike. The standing-room bar area pleases cocktail lovers; the Library provides a drinking den with seating options; the velvety, gold-trimmed chairs in the Parlour suggest a Victorian sitting room; and the glass-ceilinged Atrium sheds some natural light on each table. Despite the large capacity, reservations are a must.
N, R to 28th St.
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