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The NoMad

Recommended by: Scott Conant (Judge, Chopped), Curtis Stone (Host, Top Chef Masters), Amirah Kassem (Baker/Owner, Flour Shop), Timon Balloo (Chef, Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill), Hanako Maeda (Fashion Designer), Scott Gerber (CEO, Gerber Group), Emelie Kihlstrom (Colonie), Branden McRill (Co-Owner/General Manager, Pearl & Ash), Nancy Novogrod (Editor-in-Chief, Travel + Leisure), Chris Jaeckle (Chef, All’onda), Christina Tosi (Chef/Owner, Momofuku Milk Bar), Carly Cushnie (Fashion Designer)

Cuisine: Nouveau American. Price: $$$. Location: Manhattan, Chelsea.

The NoMad is a number of different aesthetics beautifully meshed into one restaurant. Right off the lobby of The NoMad Hotel, the restaurant boasts an Atrium area that’s upper-east-side-luncheon style, a parlor area seemingly plucked right out of a Victorian novel, and a library for sipping wines and having snacks. The NoMad leaves little to be desired as Daniel Humm’s menu is just as extensive as the aesthetic. This spot is perfect for any diner looking for a very special New York meal. Make a Reservation.

“The chicken at The NoMad can’t be missed.” – Scott Conant (Judge, Chopped)

“The last time I was in New York, I ate at The NoMad, which was delicious.” - Curtis Stone (Host, Top Chef Masters)

“Daniel Humm is a genius.” – Ted Allen (Host, Chopped)

www.thenomadhotel.com

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