The NoMad Hotel offers a wide array of dining options, including full-service fine dining, light fare and beverages in the Library, and elevated bar food in the evenings-only NoMad Bar, all under the supervision of Chef Daniel Humm and Restaurateur Will Guidara. For those venturing outside the hotel, and into the NoMad neighborhood, please consider some of our favorite neighborhood spots to eat or imbibe.
Hanjan Korean Chef Hooni Kim’s creates comfort food inspired by traditional Korean taverns with an focus on organic and local ingredients. Open late on weekends, reservations recommended, walk-ins okay at the bar.
Eataly Italian This mega-Italian grocery store also houses multiple restaurants, cafes, and bars. Have an espresso, marvel at the vast numbers of balsamic vinegars, or head up to the rooftop for charcuterie and beer. Rooftop beer garden is good for walk-ins and large groups.
Sushi Seki Sushi Inventive and playful sushi that is beloved by insiders, not only for their affordable omakase, but also for their late hours. Good for walk-ins. Open very late. Reservations required for the sushi bar.
Keens Steakhouse American Since 1885, Keens has served steaks and iconic mutton chops to the likes of Teddy Roosevelt, Babe Ruth, JP Morgan, and General Douglas MacArthur. Good for large parties with advance reservation notice.
Mad For Chicken Korean Incredibly crispy, spicy, and addictive fried chicken with a youthful, pub-like vibe. Beers are available to order in ridiculously large sizes. Open late. Good for walk-ins.
Marta Pizza Roman-style thin crust pizza from Danny Meyer with a very well-priced and exploratory wine list. We recommend ordering their bottle-sized Negoni Cocktail. Good for walk-ins who don’t mind a drink at the bar.
Eleven Madison Park American While reservations book up a month in advance for The NoMad Hotel's three-michelin-star sibling restaurant across the park, the bar is always an option and a great way to sample Eleven Madison Park’s celebrated cocktails and cuisine. Reservations required for main dining room, usually 28 days in advance.