NoMad has many renowned restaurants, and it seems the news is spreading. Down in Texas, the Austin American-Statesman has touted a first-class steakhouse way up here in NoMad — Maxwell’s Chophouse.
The Austin American-Stateman praised Maxwell’s Chophouse as the perfect destination for winter travelers to NYC: “Located in the growing NoMad hood, the glittering 126-seat eatery presents many varieties of in-house, soul satisfying, 40-day, dry-aged, corn-fed USDA Prime beef — from porterhouse to bone-in rib eye. Matching the mood of the circa-1909 Beaux Arts Building that encompasses Maxwell’s, the interiors, anchored by shimmering chandeliers, exude old world elegance.”
Maxwell’s was opened in NoMad last year by the mother-daughter team of Babette Haddad and Melissa Haddad Malaga. The duo had plenty of ideas and experience to apply to the new establishment, because they formerly headed Maxwell’s Chophouse in Boca Raton, Florida from 1993 to 2007, which was known as that city’s most successful steakhouse.
From fine wines to shellfish and, of course, the 40-day in-house dry-aged beef, the restaurant provides an array of wonderful flavors for your tastebuds.
But what is equally remarkable about the steakhouse is the elegant interior design that oozes NoMad. Along with the chandeliers mentioned by the Austin American-Statesman, the glittering interior features 22-foot high ceilings, beautiful leather banquettes and a bar that is resplendent in marble and gold leaf. It all reflects the building the restaurant is located in. The famed beaux-arts Centurion building at 1182 Broadway was originally designed by the architecture team of Rouse & Goldstone and built by developer James T. Lee, a grandfather of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
If you haven’t been to Maxwell’s Chophouse already, you may want to plan your Valentine’s Day date there to explore the delicious menu and magnificent interior. You can make reservations here.
New York, NY 10001
Mon – Fri 11:30 AM – 1:00 AM
Sat and Sun 5:00 PM – 1:00 AM