NoMad Piazza is a vibrant destination where foodies enjoy a variety of distinctive cuisines from some of New York’s best-known restaurants. Where fashionistas hunt for the latest pieces and vintage design. Where art lovers discover new artists and hidden treasures. And those looking to pamper themselves find a range of treatments and services.
Afternoons flow into evenings as neighborhood denizens and visitors spill into the streets of NoMad Piazza. With plenty of outdoor space to explore and enjoy the best of New York City, it’s another reason Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood is the quintessential “live–work–play” destination.
The New York Times and The Chicago Tribune have highlighted the NoMad Piazza in How to Staycation in Six American Cities.
In 2020, NoMad Piazza quickly became a popular pedestrian venue in Manhattan on Broadway between 25th Street and 31st Street. It materialized when the New York City Mayor and the Department of Transportation introduced its Open Streets initiative to allow for greater social distancing across the five boroughs.
The Open Streets program on Broadway—managed by the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership—was among the first of its kind in the city and includes NoMad Piazza. This distinctive attraction is supported in part by The NoMad Alliance.
Shop owners and establishments in NoMad are serving up seasonal offers and specials on culinary delights, unique shopping, and experiential services for Summer. Enjoy some of New York’s most notable restaurants and one-of-a-kind shopping experiences as you stroll along the NoMad Piazza or the surrounding NoMad neighborhood. Explore its renowned flea market, world class galleries and concept stores, museums like no other, and of course, the gem that is Madison Square Park.
For details on special offers, simply log on to experiencenomad.com/nomad-piazza, or scan the QR code below or on any of the NoMad Piazza signs located along NoMad Piazza.