November 30, 2015
Flatiron BID Hosting “Holiday Happys” Happy Hours in NoMad
Recognizing how hot NoMad is, we’re thrilled that this year the Flatiron BID has chosen NoMad bars for all four of its “Holiday Happys” happy hours. These events are part of the 23 Days of Flatiron Cheer, an annual event featuring numerous activities, including a holiday installation, food drive, walking tour and more.
Running from 5:00-7:00 p.m., these happy hours are great ways to explore a few of NoMad’s wonderful bars and restaurants. Learn more about each establishment below and be sure to head over to the Flatiron BID’s website for more information.
The Churchill Tavern
45 East 28th Street (just west of Park Avenue South)
The Churchill Tavern brings a little bit of England to NoMad. Whether it’s the menu of Brit favorites, the Sunday roast feast or tapes of Winston Churchill playing in the bathroom, we don’t have to go far to experience a traditional British atmosphere.
If you can’t make it to this happy hour, be sure to pop by The Churchill Tavern for an England soccer game or their annual St. George’s Day celebration.
92 Madison Avenue (at 29th Street)
Located in the Carlton Hotel, Millesime is an oyster bar, live music venue and seafood brasserie all rolled into one. Enjoy the happy hour at one of Millesime’s beautiful bars — Salon and Bar Bordeaux — and stay for Chef Laurent Manrique’s famous lobster.
Sarabeth’s Park Avenue South
381 Park Avenue South (at 27th Street)
We were so excited when the largest Sarabeth’s location to date opened in NoMad. A New York staple for over 30 years, Sarabeth’s has both satisfied hungry brunchers with delicious feasts featuring Sarabeth Levine’s iconic fruit jams and also given dinner patrons a refined and delicious experience.
Sarabeth’s cocktails are tailored to an after-work business crowd, so we’re sure this happy hour will not disappoint.
19 East 26th Street (between Fifth and Madison)
One of our favorite recent additions to NoMad, Chef John Doherty’s Black Barn, combines sleek East End Americana-themed decor with a scrumptious new-American menu. Offering a not-to-be missed pre-fixe lunch Black Barn already has people flocking to NoMad from around the city (and world) for dinner. Black Barn’s tavern is a perfect location for a post-work drink and features a bar menu that offers a glimpse of the glories in the dining room.
Head to this event and you’ll likely see Chef John working the line in Black Barn’s open kitchen. If you haven’t tried Black Barn yet, this happy hour is a perfect time to end a winter walk through Madison Square Park and experience the party-like atmosphere that takes over after dark.