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December 17, 2013

Bo’s Brings New Orleans to NoMad

Try out Bo's Kitchen and Bar, bringing New Orleans style to the Flatiron District.

Opening in NoMad last month, Bo’s Kitchen and Bar Room features a New Orleans-inspired menu and atmosphere. The restaurant is fairly large and each of its room has a distinct decor. The front bar consists of intricate tile work, a large wooden counter, and rafters above. The dining room is a bit more playful with blue velvet booths, marble tables and a large light installation reading, “Yeah You Right.” The “Garden District Lounge” in the basement (which is decked out with brown velvet chairs and a floral print ceiling) is typically reserved for private events, but also hosts live music on Thursday nights.

Todd Mitgang, chef and partner, offers his own take on New Orlean’s cuisine with a menu, including: fried alligator, split pea fried catfish, curried goat, grilled squab, Montauk pearl oysters, custards, and more. The bar specializes in a fine sazerac or and gin fizz. Bo’s is currently dressed for the holiday season and is taking reservations for their New Year’s Eve 5-course Prix Fixe Dinner. Stop by for the first seating at 6 p.m. ($75) or ring in the New Year with dinner, live music and a champagne toast at the 9 p.m. seating ($110).

Head over to 6 West 24th Street to check Bo’s out.