April 25, 2017 Restaurants

  Michael Heyne and Dominick Stein, as fellow business students in Texas, missed the taste of the Turkish street food, “döner kebap,” which is wildy popular in their native Germany. To fill this culinary gap, Heyne and Stein created a Mediterranean-themed…

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April 24, 2017 History

The Redubury Hotel 29th East 29th Street   Part 2: Fun Anecdotes from the Martha Washington   In its early days, The Redbury (then known as the Martha Washington) was respected in many quarters.  Yet, it seems there were male journalists who…

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April 21, 2017 In the News Restaurants

  It’s late, but the night is young.  A car blows by and the raspy twang of Steppenwolf’s “Born to Be Wild” bellows out into the warm spring night. You’re feeling a little rock n’ roll, so you turn down…

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April 20, 2017 History

The Redbury Hotel 29th East 29th Street   A postcard of the Martha Washington in 1904.   The First Hotel for Professional Women The Redbury Hotel opened as the Martha Washington Hotel on March 2, 1903 at 29 East 29th…

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April 17, 2017 Happenings

City Lights, an initiative that began in 2004 with a design competition, is finally making its way to the Flatiron and NoMad Districts, thanks in large part to the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership and a $575,000 grant from the New York City…

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April 11, 2017 Deals

With the temperature slowly rising, it’s time to dust off the sun hat and shove the scarves, beanies, and winter boots away to get ready for warmer months. To fill all that empty space in your closet and compete with the well…

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April 7, 2017 Nightlife

Don’t be fooled by the health-conscious denizens of SoulCycle, the assembly line salads of Sweetgreen, or the holistic offerings of WANT Apothecary, NoMad has quite the tippled past. Whether it was the world-renowned Hoffman House bar on Broadway between 24th…

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April 4, 2017 Restaurants

Danny Meyer’s Roman-inspired pizzeria began its happy hour yesterday, which now runs Monday through Friday from 3-6 p.m. In the spirit of “L’aperitivo,” the late afternoon Roman tradition of friends and colleagues gathering for delicious food included in the price…

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March 31, 2017 Happenings

After a long, cold winter, New Yorkers are more than eager to trade in their scarves for sun dresses or their flannel for v-neck tees. Spring is upon us, but even though we’ve had some sun-kissed days, the temperature is…

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March 27, 2017 Restaurants

  We’re fortunate in the NoMad District to have just about everything at our fingertips: good food, good wine, unmatched entertainment, and everything else in between. Luckily — finally — we have hand rolls.  Opened just two weeks ago, KazuNori…

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March 22, 2017 In the News

Photo by Dan Chace Judging by the grayish snow banks and icy footing still with us, it might not seem like spring has arrived, but it’s here.  Warmer weather and much less clothing are in the not-so-distant future, so if…

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  The NoMad District has quite the tippling past. Whether it’s the famed Hoffman House or one of the patriarchs of the cocktail, Jerry Thomas, opening his first bar in the neighborhood, there is no shortage of drinking history. And on…

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March 13, 2017 Happenings

Again this year, Sinead Naughton, owner of The Churchill Tavern and NoMad Alliance board member, and her staff are running/jogging/walking in the annual Concern Spring Run on April 8th. Sinead is a strong supporter of Concern Worldwide, and she and…

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March 9, 2017 Deals

Scheduled to open its doors by 2019, a $470 million condominium is under construction in the NoMad District, continuing the hot-streak of neighborhood development. According to Melissa Burch, executive general manager at Lendlease, the latest real estate venture is particularly…

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March 8, 2017 In the News Restaurants

Welcome to the Big Apple. You need a place to stay, but can’t stomach the chaos of Times Square. So you mosey down to 31st Street between Fifth and Madison to the city’s hippest hotel district and the latest addition…

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