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New York

New York City is a vibrant mix of world influences with an energy that sweeps through the streets and a spirit that has inspired generations of artists, innovators and great minds.

The NoMad Hotel is centrally located on the corner of 28th and Broadway, just north of Madison Square Park and walking distance from the flower district, the Flatiron and many other city treasures.

The NoMad Hotel is directly adjacent to the N and R subway lines, two blocks from the 1 and 6 subway lines, and four blocks from the B, Q, F and M lines. Penn Station is located five blocks from The NoMad Hotel. LaGuardia Airport is a 20 minute drive from NoMad. JFK airport clocks closer to 40 minutes.







36 W 26th St, New York, NY 10010, USA

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, 5th Avenue, New York, NY, USA

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 Seki, West 23rd Street, New York, NY, USA

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, West 36th Street, New York, NY, USA

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.

Turntable Chicken Jazz, West 33rd Street, New York, NY, USA

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, East 29th Street, NYC, NY, USA

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, Madison Avenue, New York, NY, USA

While reservations book up a month in advance for the three Michelin-star 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.


Wine Bar
Corkbuzz, East 13th Street, New York, NY, USA

A wine bar and bistro by Master Sommelier Laura Maniec, Cork Buzz offers a large by-the-glass selection and an even bigger by-the-bottle list.

Raines Law Room

Raines Law Room Chelsea, West 17th Street, New York, NY, USA

A speakeasy with a proprietary cocktail list that is rooted in the classics, Raines Law Room is great for a date or a quiet drink with friends. Not recommended for large groups.

Old Town Bar, East 18th Street, New York, NY, USA

Serving drinks since 1892, and surviving Prohibition with the support of Tammany Hall, Old Town Bar is still going strong today. We recommend an afternoon spent in one of its worn booths with a pint and a burger.

Dear Irving

Cocktail Bar
Dear Irving Gramercy, Irving Place, New York, NY, USA

A cocktail bar located in an old Townhouse, Dear Irving is designed in reference to the movie A Midnight in Paris with cocktails by Raine’s Law Room’s Meaghan Dorman.

Middle Branch

Cocktail Bar
Middle Branch, East 33rd Street, NYC, NY, USA

A cocktail bar in an old multi-level townhouse, Middle Branch features classic cocktails driven by Lucinda Sterling, a veteran of Milk and Honey.

Madison Square Park, Madison Avenue, New York, NY, USA

The contemporary art program of Madison Square Park Conservancy has commissioned and presented thirty premier installations in Madison Square Park since 2004.

The Museum at FIT, West 27th Street, New York, NY, USA

The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology features design and textile history exhibits as well as a permanent collection of 50,000 garments and accessories from the 18th century to the present.

Museum of Sex

Museum of Sex, 5th Avenue, New York, NY, USA

With a mission to preserve and present the history, evolution, and cultural significance of human sexuality, The Museum features rotating exhibitions. They also have a bar, a store, and a café.

National Museum of Mathematics, East 26th Street, New York, NY, USA

A block away from the Museum of Sex, you’ll find the Museum of Mathematics. The hands-on museum aims to illuminate the patterns that shape the world around us.

Empire State Building, West 34th Street, New York, NY, USA

Travel five blocks north and 102 floors up, and you’ll be at the top of the Empire State Building. Open 365 days a year, the doors open at 8am with the last elevator ride to the top at 1:45am.

15 W 37th St, Manhattan, New York, NY, USA

Dozens of flower shops are clustered around 6th avenue and 28th street. Branches, shrubs, and flowers spill out onto the street and in the Fall, pumpkins line the sidewalks.

Rizzoli Bookstore

Rizzoli Bookstore, Broadway, New York, NY, USA

For almost fifty years, Rizzoli Bookstore has been widely considered one of the foremost independent booksellers in America specializing in illustrated books on architecture, interior design, fashion, and photography, as well as literature and foreign language books. Find Rizzoli at 26th and Broadway.

Dover Street Market, Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, USA

Creating the most interesting and visual retail experience for travelers, Dover Street Market is a seven-floor luxury boutique in the NoMad area (30th and Lexington). The brainchild of Comme des Garçons Mastermind Rei Kawakubo, DSMNY is where a multitude of luxury and streetwear brands collide.

Cocktail Kingdom, West 25th Street, New York, NY, USA

The world’s premier manufacturer of projessional barware is just a few short blocks from The NoMad Hotel. Products are designed to combine historical cues and contemporary knowledge.