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April 9, 2013

NoMad Neighbors: Paula Tucker from Jazz Standard

When you work at one of the most prestigious jazz clubs in NYC, you probably have good taste. Paula Tucker is the general manager of Jazz Standard and was kind enough to pick out some of her favorite spots in the NoMad Neighborhood for us. Jazz Standard, one of the top jazz clubs in NYC, hosts nightly performances from some […]

April 4, 2013

Crain’s 40 Under 40 Highlights NoMad Neighbors

In their annual New York Business 40 under 40 list, Crain’s has highlighted the NoMad District. Four of the business owners included come from our neighborhood. We are always excited when Crain’s calls out some of our exceptional neighbors, but want to make sure our NoMaders are placed in the right neighborhood! Just yesterday, we saw in the Flatiron newsletter […]

March 28, 2013

NoMad Neighbors: Eric Mayville from Wondersauce

  It is always so nice to hear where our neighbors like to hang out in the NoMad District. Recently, Eric Mayville from Wondersauce was kind enough to dish on some of his favorite spots in the neighborhood. Eric is the Founder and Creative Director of Wondersauce, a digital design and development agency, based in NoMad. They have many prominent clients including […]

February 26, 2013

NoMad Neighbors: Anastacia Stathakis from Marimekko

This week’s “NoMad Neighbors” post features Anastacia Stathakis from Marimekko. Established in 1951, Marimekko is a Finnish textile and clothing design brand. Featuring an array of in-house designers, Marimekko is well known for their colorful and original prints, apparel and accessories.   Marimekko’s Director of Marketing, Anastacia Stathakis, was kind enough to answer some questions about what she likes to do in […]

February 13, 2013

NoMad Neighbors: Brandon Laterveer from The NoMad Hotel

It’s time for another NoMad Neighbors post! This week, Brandon Laterveer was kind enough to answer some questions about where he likes to go in the NoMad neighborhood. Brandon is the dining room manager at buzzed about restaurant The NoMad. For those who aren’t familiar, The NoMad is located in The NoMad Hotel and features famed chef Daniel Humm. Check out Brandon’s thoughtful […]

February 4, 2013

NoMad Neighbors: Adele Gutman from Hotel Giraffe

Time for another NoMad Neighbors feature! Last week, we heard from Tommy Tardie from The Flatiron Room. This week, we have Adele Gutman from Hotel Giraffe and Library Hotel Collection dish on her favorite spots to go out in the NoMad District. Hotel Giraffe is home of Bread & Tulips (who recently did a NoMad Neighbors feature as well). It’s […]

January 28, 2013

NoMad Neighbors: Tommy Tardie from The Flatiron Room

Time for installment #3 of our NoMad Neighbors feature! So far we have heard what Riccardo Dardha from Bread & Tulips and Soni Pomaski from Birch Coffee like to do in the neighborhood. Tommy Tardie, owner of new NoMad NY staple The Flatiron Room, was kind enough to answer some questions about where he likes to go in the neighborhood. […]

January 23, 2013

NoMad Neighbors: Soni Pomaski from Birch Coffee

We recently launched our “NoMad Neighbors” series to shine a light on where NoMad NY residents and workers like to hang out. Our first piece featured Riccardo Dardha from Bread & Tulips at Hotel Giraffe. This week, Soni Pomaski, General Manager of Birch Coffee, shared some of her favorite places to go in NoMad NY. You might remember Birch Coffee […]

January 15, 2013

NoMad Neighbors: Riccardo Dardha from Bread & Tulips

We are starting a new feature where we ask some of our neighbors about some spots they frequent in NoMad NY. To kick it off, we asked Bread & Tulips owner Riccardo Dardha to dish on some of his favorite spots. Bread & Tulips, located in the Hotel Giraffe, focuses on delicious Italian cuisine with fantastic wine pairings. You might recognize […]

September 25, 2012

NoMad Neighbors: Bread & Tulips

Bread & Tulips is a neighborhood restaurant inspired by the cuisine of Italy located in the Hotel Giraffe in NoMad New York. Their name comes from what they view as the two essential elements of a great restaurant. Bread symbolizes a satisfying meal and tulips represent a warm and inviting atmosphere. Their specialty dishes derive from the simplicity of flour […]